Black Friday sale runs until November 30
The Black Friday sale on the PlayStation Store started today, and while the best discounts (and frankly the best time for games) are still on PlayStation 4, there are cross-gen PS5 deals. Not many, but some.
On the PS5 front, there's Watch Dogs: Legion ($40,19), No Man's Sky ($29,99), Maneater ($25,99), Borderlands 3 ($19,79), WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship (24,99 $.21), Madden NFL 34,79 ($21), and FIFA 35,99 ($4). In the case of Madden and FIFA, you would buy the PS5 editions (which are playable on PS5 with backwards compatibility) before the “PS4 version” update comes out on December XNUMXth.
As for the PS4 Black Friday deals, I don't know where to start – tons of great choices.
We know that some of these games - like Nioh 2 and Control: Ultimate Edition - will be getting PS5 upgrades in 2022. Hopefully even more of them will take that extra step. Anyway, I can say that I'm going to be spending a lot of time over the holidays playing PS4 games on my PlayStation 5. The PlayStation Plus collection has already led me to delve into the Crash Bandicoot series for the first time. . (It's hard.)
A few other odds and ends: One-year subscriptions to PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now are $44,99 (25% off); the European sale is listed here; and the Black Friday sale lasts until 30th November.
It's our first Black Friday using the new PlayStation Store web layout, and I'm not thrilled about it.
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