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Far Cry 4 at $15 and other Holiday Sale discount offers on PS Store

The final week of Holiday Sale on PlayStation Store is on, and there are quite a number of games that you may find worth purchasing at the discounted price. 

The most notable of them all is Far Cry 4. If you haven’t played this game yet, I strongly recommend that you do. If you have a PlayStation Plus membership, the game will cost you just $15. That’s an incredibly price for the fun you can get out of this game.

If you don’t have a PlayStation Plus membership, the game will cost you $21. That’s still far cheaper than the game’s regular $59.99 price tag. So, either way, you shouldn’t miss the chance of buying this game at such an attractive price.

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If you’re into new games, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is a relatively new game that offers a slightly different experience. The game is priced at $19.99, but with a PS Plus membership under the Holiday Sale, you can own it for $11.99.

You can see a list of other games on sale over at PlayStation Store. The prices will be valid until the 4th of January. There are Dark Souls II, Bloodborne, Fallout 4, and a few other good games that you can take a look at. But Far Cry 4 seems to be the best-priced game in the final week of PlayStation Store’s Holiday Sale.

In all honesty, I’m a bit disappointed that the last week of the sale didn’t offer much. I was hoping that there would be better offers on more games during the final week of PS Store’s Holiday Sale. It looks like Sony didn’t have plans like I hoped.

Have you purchased any games during these last few weeks of Holiday Sale on PlayStation Store?


    1. Oh, nice! I bought Saints Row 2 on Steam once but I didn’t like the gameplay. So I haven’t been a fan of Saints Row ever since. I’m sure they got better in later games, but I just didn’t feel like buying again. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  1. You may like these, the gameplay has changed, as the game takes the boundaries of realism and seriousness, then throws it out of the window. It focuses more on the usage of superpowers than vehicles and firepower. It’s a VERY different game since Saints Row 2.

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