Weekend Console Download Deals for May 7: PlayStation Golden Week continues

The PlayStation Golden Week sale isn't over yet, as you have a second chance to pick up some great games from Japan at a nice discount.


The Golden Week sales are starting to wrap up unless you're PlayStation. PlayStation's Golden Week deals are still available for another week, as is its Games Under $20 sale, which features games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Life is Strange 2, and a lot of modern Star Wars games.

Xbox's Spring Sale has ended, but there are still a few good deals to be found among the 505 Games Publisher Sale and the Spring Add-on Sale, the latter of which is offering discounts on a lot of Season Passes and DLC packs. Nintendo has wrapped up its Indie World sale, but now's a good time to find some great games from 2K and Ubisoft.

Lastly, the monthly freebies have turned over! That means PlayStation Plus users can own Wreckfest on your PS5, while also picking up Battlefield 5 and Stranded Deep. Xbox Live Gold subscribers, you can grab the acclaimed Armello on your Xbox One and take it over to your Xbox Series X. If you don't have any of these subscription services, remember that Horizon Zero Dawn is still free to pick up on PS4 right now with no strings attached.

Here's our selection of this weekend's console deals:


The following games are a part of Xbox One Games with Gold/Deals with Gold. An Xbox Live Gold Subscription is required to receive these discounts.

The following deals are available to all Xbox One users. Xbox Live Gold members may be eligible for additional discounts.


The following deals are available to all users. PlayStation Plus members may be eligible for additional discounts.

The following deals are available only to PlayStation Plus members.

Nintendo Switch

If you've found any deals we might have missed or there's a specific one you wish to highlight, be sure to join the conversation and let us know in the comments.

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