Monday, 24 June, 2019

Save big on PS4 titles during Sony's massive Days of Play sale

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Cecil Davis | 12 June, 2019, 20:10

Sony is holding its Days of Play sale from June 7 to 17, giving PS gamers plenty of time to nab some deals. Truth be told, some of these deals may be better than the ones we see on Amazon Prime Day.

The contemporary restricted version Days of Play 2019 PS4 console is accessible starting this day!

On the other hand, it's also dropping the price of the PlayStation 4 Pro from $399.99 to $349.99, which is a $50 discount. This time around, it's Steel Black instead of blue. Here's a rundown of whether or not you should wait for the PS5.

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Sony might not be attending E3, but it still wants players to keep PlayStation in mind this summer. On the games side of things, most of Sony's biggest PS4 exclusives are on sale for up to half off, meaning you can get games like God of War and Spider-Man for just $20. If you already have PS Plus you can still add on one or two more years at a discount and it will simply extend your subscription. Once it ends, everything will jump back up to normal price, so make sure to take advantage of these deals while you can. Microsoft is running a identical sale for Xbox One, and also it is seemingly you'll per chance be ready to strive a few of basically the most attention-grabbing deals over right here.

The PS5 features and PS5 specs are impressive even in this early stage. Here are the PS5 specs that we know about so far. The company's coming hardware, generally called the PlayStation 5, is a aged console toughen, supporting 8K graphics and 3D audio with a tag-novel CPU and GPU. According to Ryan, PS5 will support backward compatibility with PS4 games along with "cross-generational play".