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The PlayStation Store Is Having A Massive Summer Sale Right Now

Sony definitely knows how to celebrate the halfway point of 2018. It is throwing a huge PlayStation sale that contains video games across many consoles, and these prices are crazy low!

The midyear sale is always big, and the discounts Sony offers cover the PS4, PS Vita, PS3, and PS VR. Gamers can save as much as 50 percent on select titles. However, if you are a PS Plus member, an extra 10 percent will be slashed off.

PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) is a paid subscription to the PlayStation Network, a service that grants premium features to its users. Players can participate in beta runs for video games, get early access to future games, discounts and obtain automatic software updates/game patches for their console/video games. All of these features come with a monthly price of $5 a month, based on a 12-month subscription.

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If you are wondering if a specific game has been included in the sale, check out the full list of titles in the PlayStation Store’s website. They currently have 800 titles in their list, players can spend a good amount of time just browsing this selection. We selected some titles worth checking out.

Assassin’s Creed Origins Gold Edition - $59.99

The newest entry in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed Origins takes place in Ancient Egypt. Players experience a completely new way of fighting, exploring pyramids and secret tombs all across the country. Take advantage of this deal!

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Rocket League Game of the Year Edition - $14.99

The successful mix of soccer and racing cars has a big discount on its Game of the Year edition. Players control high-flying, rocket-boosted vehicles in a friendly game of soccer. From crazy acrobats to amazing saves, this is an intense take on one of the most popular sports in the planet.

STAR WARS Battlefront II - $23.99

A whopping 60% has been taken off this Star Wars title. This game has been divisive since its release. Many players decided not to purchase it because of lack of originality, and controversy surrounding its microtransactions and loot boxes. However, the game is now $23.99; if you didn’t buy the game because of its price tag, now is the perfect time to pick it up!

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These were just three titles from PlayStation’s massive list of available games. Go browse the store and see if you find something unexpected. For more on PlayStation and their future projects, keep it here on TheGamer.

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