Mar 25, 2017 11:28 AM EDT
Great Discounts On Some Popular Games In New PSN Flash Sale [VIDEO]
Sony has revealed its latest flash sale on the PlayStation Store in the US, which has recently started and will end on March 27. They have also revealed the 12 new games that will be joining PlayStation Now.
Everything Goes sale
The new flash sale for the US PlayStation Store is called Everything Goes, according to its official website. The lineup consists of several triple A video games to play like "Far Cry Primal" Digital Apex Edition for only $16.49, which gives consumers a 70 percent discount off of its original price of $54.99.
PlayStation 4 lineup
For the PS4 lineup, consumers can check out discounts up to 70 percent of the selected games' original prices. "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition" can be bought for only $9, "Far Cry 4" Gold Edition for only $17.99, "Assassin's Creed Syndicate" Gold Edition for only $20.99, and many more.
PlayStation 3 lineup
The fans of the PS4 console will get some great discounts in this sale with some awesome video games. Some of these games are "The Evil Within" for $9 only, "Catherine" by Atlus is only $5, "Assassin's Creed III" Ultimate Edition for only $14.99, and many more.
PlayStation Vita lineup
In the PS Vita corner, the selection is a bit more limited for consumers to choose from, but there are some great games to purchase from it. Some of those are "Persona 4 Golden" for only $9, "Killzone: Mercenary" for $5, "Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars" for a low price of $7.49, and many more.
12 new PlayStation Now games added
In other PlayStation related news, 12 new games have been added to the PS4's feature called the PlayStation Now. According to the official blog of PlayStation, these games were added to celebrate the start of the Formula 1 season, which starts this coming weekend. All of these games are racing ones, which will keep PS4 owners entertained for a long while.
Check out the "Persona 4 Golden" Opening Movie video below:
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