If you're still gaming on your PS3 and haven't had the chance to play through The Last of Us, this deal is an absolute steal. Along with the main game you'll also get all of the released DLC, including all the multiplayer addons and the single player campaign Left Behind. Considering it is one of the most talked about games in recent years, you should definitely give it a look if you've yet to jump to the current-gen consoles. Thanks to goldenboot @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out out our The Last of Us review for more details.
The PlayStation Plus Edition of DriveClub may have been somewhat lacking, but the value in this new bundle certainly isn't. You'll get the full game, along with all of the content from the Season Pass, for £16. Considering how both would have previously set you back around £40 overall, and the fact the game has come on in leaps and bounds since launch, this is a fantastic deal. Just to clarify - you will of course need a PlayStation Plus subscription to gain access to this offer, so if you have yet to do so be sure to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for the best prices. Thanks to Shadiochao @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our DriveClub review for more details.
This week's Playstation discounts have been announced with great savings on Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, as well as great Vita titles such as Fez, Hotline Miami and Oddworld: Strangers Wrath.
For all the cheapest PS Gift Cards and PS+ subscriptions make sure to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide.
Summer of Digital (ends 29 July)
It's time for the Playstation Store update. There are some cracking titles on sale this week, Sony have also managed to chuck in some laughable ones (Yes, you, CoD!).
Remember to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for all the latest and best PSN credit and PS+ subscriptions.
Summer of Digital (Week 3)
[UPDATE] 22:00: PSN is now showing as 'All Services are up and running'
It seems to be a growing trend does this situation, whenever there is a public holiday in the US we can always expect the Playstation Network to also take one. Unfortunately the Playstation Network is currently down with all services apart from 'PlayStation®Vue' showing a red light status.
Sony have responded to the issue with a Tweet letting us all know that they are aware of the situation and are investigating it.
We're aware that PSN is experiencing connectivity issues. Thank you for your patience as we investigate. http://t.co/0H0knwwmPY
— Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) July 3, 2015
As it's Friday night and the PSN is down you may as well take to Twitter with the rest of the angry mob and share your own personal feelings, or you could tell us below in a more calmer fashion. Your choice.
Some nice savings on Assassin's Creed games this week with some nice price cuts on both the FIFA and Pro Evolution series.
Remember to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for up to date pricing on PSN credit and PS+ subscriptions!
Deal of the week (ends 3rd june)
Football savings (ends 10th June)
PS4 and PS3:
World of Assassin's Creed (ends 10th June)
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We know the season is now over and the inevitable FIFA 16 is due around September but £9.99 for the latest instalment is a cracking price.
"Not much has changed off of the pitch, EA Canada still can't seem to work out how to create stable netcode at launch, and goalkeepers still make hideous errors in spite of their obvious upgrades, but ultimately FIFA 15 is a fast-paced, thrilling triumph where it counts. It's frustrating at times, but it's also the most rewarding FIFA in years." - FIFA 15 Review | Thrilling Pace (8/10)
Yes, The Order 1886, I did have you in mind. This week's Playstation discounts are now live and are headlined by The Order 1886 at £34.99 (20% discount for PS+).
Here's the full list and current pricing (as Sony couldn't be bothered!). Remember to bookmark our cheap PlayStation + deals guide for the best prices on subscriptions and PSN wallet credit!
Deal of the week (ends 27th May)
Games on the Move (ends 3rd June)
Playstation US are out doing the EU region yet again! This weekend sees a massive 'Deals Under $5' sale available until Monday.
This weeks Playstation discounts list has finally been released after the incremental roll out earlier today, and it's looking like a good one!
Remember to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for all the latest and lowest PSN credit and PS+ prices.
Deal of the week (ends 20th May)
EA deals (ends 27th May)
This weeks Playstation store discounts have started to roll out with some nice offers surfacing:
Full credit to Dealspwn resident and HUKD deal guru stevenjameshyde for the heads up on this!
Remember, you'll need to use the 5% off Facebook voucher code to get it at this price. Click here to nab your code now!
It's always worth having some PSN Credit in the bank for a rainy day or a screaming deal -- for example, this week a huge slew of season passes and DLC packs are on sale such as the majestic Mass Effect 3: Citadel. So why not make your money go further? Thanks to danielsnotebook @ HUKD!
Don't worry if you're having trouble running that digital version of Dying Light that you bought on PS4, you're not alone. There's a pesky bug affecting digital versions of the game on PS4 where the system thinks that the game has already been downloaded and installed even when it hasn't. I punched in a download code for the game yesterday and instead of a download button, it simply said "Start" as if it had already been installed.
Annoying, but not insurmountable.
Basically, if you're faced with the same issue, simply log into the PlayStation Store on another device, app or browser and opt to download the game remotely. Once you've logged in, there should be a button underneath the game thumbnail that reads "Download to PS4". Click that and it'll start downloading properly on your machine.
For a longer explanation and more info, click here.
Definitely snap this up if you've been eyeing up some digital purchases over on the PlayStation store. Remember, you'll need to use the 5% off Facebook voucher code to get it at this price. Click here to nab your code now!
A whole host of new deals go live on the PlayStation Store today, with many featured titles enjoying up to 50% off of their usual prices. Admittedly, those usual prices are the PS Store digital ones, but there are still a few bargins to be had.
Elsewhere, the Deals of the Week see Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Tales of Xillia 2 drop to £19.99, and you can pick up Danganronpa 2 on Vita for under £15. It's worth checking out the deals for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Scott Pilgrim, and Farming Smulator 14, too, the latter of which gives me an excuse to embed this video once again.
Seriously, any excuse.Click here to read more...
While you could spend all those pennies you've saved on buying more chocolate (and I wouldn't blame you, really) Sony have decided to give Playstation 3 and Vita owners a chance to bag a saving or two during the Easter holiday. As always, PS+ subscribers get a little chopped off the top for an extra saving. Notable offers include those for Battlefield 4, the Mass Effect trilogy, Hotline Miami (a cross-buy purchase, which is nice), and the first season of The Walking Dead. Take a gander at the entire list of offers by hitting the jump.
The PSN Summer Festival Sale is heating up thanks to a truly whopping new update, as listed on the EU PlayStation Blog. It is utterly, stonkingly huge.
As with most PSN promotions, though, it's a very mixed bag in terms of actual savings - you'll want to review games on a case by case basis. The trial & unlock games are probably your best bet, with the likes of Joe Danger 2, All Zombies Must Die, Burn Zombie Burn and the brilliant Dogfight 1942 bundle available for chump change.
We've got the whole shebang after the break - and I've picked out the prices for you because I'm nice like that.Click here to read more...
The PlayStation Store is currently playing host to PS2 and Naughty Dog promotions, but Sony has announced that their Summer Festival Sale kicks off today. Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained is now available to rent for £0.99, while an annual Music Unlimited pass will set you back a (questionable) £59.99 or £49.99 for PS Plus subscribers. It's cheaper than Spotify Premium, I suppose.
In terms of games, however, the first deal will go live on Friday, seeing Tomb Raider reduced to £16.99. Other deals will break cover over the coming weeks, so we'll keep an eye out.