The PlayStation Store has frequent sales, for one reason or another, and one of the most promotions is the current round of PlayStation Plus Specials, which offers discounts on a variety of newer releases for PlayStation 4 and Vita (with a surprise appearance by the PlayStation 3, in one case).
Though the current promotion isn’t a sprawling beast that matches the size of the recent weekend sale, with just over 30 titles on offer, and although the discounts don’t run quite as deep, the focus on newer fare means gamers should still have an easy time finding plenty to like. We’ll highlight a few of our favorites, with pricing reflected in USD.
One of the more exciting titles on the list is Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition, for $27.99. That represents a 30% savings compared to its usual rate of $39.99. Respawn’s sequel had the misfortune of launching in a crowded holiday season that likely prevented it from finding the large audience it otherwise would have, but we still though it was pretty good.
Another title of note is Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, a recent remake of the PlayStation 2 classic RPG from Square Enix. It released this July to favorable reviews, and the opportunity to get it at a discount (for $34.99 instead of the usual $49.99) is one JRPG fans won’t want to miss.
If RPGs are what you want, another potential point of interest is Revenant Saga, which is available for $10.49. That’s a 30% discount compared to the usual $14.99. The game is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita, so take your pick and enjoy an adventure that looks like it was ripped from the classic 16-bit era (though it actually dates back only to an Android version that debuted in November of 2014).
Other highlights include Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls for PlayStation 4 or Vita, at a 30% discount, and Full Throttle Remastered for PlayStation 4 or Vita. Either title will set you back $10.49. Micro Machines World Series, the most recent entry in the long-running series, is also available at a 30% discount that works out to $20.99. Finally, you can race miniature cars through sprawling environments on your PlayStation 4.
The titles mentioned above represent less than a third of the total available options, so make sure to check the official store page for yourself if you’re a PlayStation Plus member (you need a subscription to that service to take advantage of the discounts).