Playstation launches massive end of year PS5 and PS4 sale with God of War for £8

It seems that Sony couldn't get enough of flogging its games at a bargain.

Just weeks after Black Friday, the annual Playstation Store end of year deals sale has launched with bargains so big they'd make Martin Lewis blush.

Whether you're still on a PS4 or you've asked for a shiny new PS5 for Christmas, it might be a good time to start pre-buying games ahead of the festive season so you have something to load up when you get bored of playing Scrabble with the family.

The sale includes major discounts on cross-platform titles for both PS4 and PS5. These normally cost quite a lot of money, but with huge price reductions, now's the right time to hop aboard.

Our picks of the best deals include:

  • Marvel's Spider-Man (£17.49 down from £34.99)
  • Assassin's Creed Valhalla Deluxe PS4 & PS5 (£37.99, down from £75.99)
  • Assassin's Creed Origins (£9.99 down from £49.99)
  • God of War (£7.99, down from £15.99)
  • Call of Duty Black Ops 4 (£17.99, down from £59.99)
  • Ratcher & Clank (£7.99, down from £15.99)
  • DOOM (£4.79, down from £15.99)
  • Final Fantasy VII (£6.49, down from £12.99)

With more than 892 titles on sale, and many of them at more than 50% or even 75% discounts, you can't miss out. Go to the Playstation Store to see the full list of deals.

The sale even has a dedicated 'PS5' filter setting, so you can see what games are available on next-gen and skip the oldies.

  • Bizarre 'flying car' lets you take off and land vertically – right in front of the shops

Many of the big games on sale are Sony Playstation exclusives. These big-budget cames retailed at sky-high prices when they first came out.

God of War, for example, was £59.99 upon release, and its sequel God of War Ragnarok next year is likely to be even more expensive.

If you missed out on these AAA blockbusters when they first came out, now might be the time to catch up before Sony updates its lineup next year with titles like Horizon: Forbidden West.

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