The holidays are here, and that means big savings with the PSN holiday sale.

Sony Kicks off PSN Holiday Sales with Deals on 2020’s Biggest Games

The holidays are here, and that means big savings with the PSN holiday sale.

Ho, ho, ho: it’s time for Sony’s holiday PSN sale once again. While we’re still reeling from the realization that the holidays are here already, Sony’s got a balm for our nerves with some excellent sales on some excellent games.

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A few of the highlights include Assassin’s Creed ValhallaDestiny 2 Beyond Light, The Last of Us Part 2, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and that’s just the start. While the sale officially runs through the end of the day on January 19, 2021, some items, including Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, have different sale windows. It’s worth checking out when that particular sale ends so you’re not shut out of a good deal.

Game Sales Price Normal Price
  The Last of Us Part 2  $29.99  $59.99
  Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition  $27.99  $69.99
  Destiny 2 Beyond Light  $29.99 $39.99
  Assassin’s Creed Valhalla  $44.99  $59.99
  Ghost of Tsushima  $40.19  $59.99
  Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Digital Deluxe Edition  $39.99  $79.99
  No Man’s Sky  $29.99  $59.99 (same for PS4 and PS5 versions)
  Immortals Fenyx Rising  $40.19  $59.99 (same for PS4 and PS5 versions)
  Watch Dogs: Legion  $29.99  $59.99
Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War  $44.99  $59.99
  Persona 5 Royal Ultimate  Edition  $49.99  $99.99
  Yakuza: Like A Dragon  $44.99  $59.99
  Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+ 2  $29.99  $39.99
  Star Wars Squadrons $23.99  $39.99
  Final Fantasy XIV Complete Edition  $29.99  $59.99
  Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time  $29.99  $59.99
  Red Dead Redemption 2  $29.99  $59.99
  NieR: Automata Game of the YoRha Edition  $19.99  $39.99
  The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4  $44.99  $59.99
  The Yakuza Remastered Collection  $29.99  $59.99


Those are just a few items getting discounts in the big-chonker PSN holiday sale. Check out the full list over on the PlayStation Store, and stay tuned to GameSkinny for more game deals and news.

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