The Critics Sale is now live on the Playstation store.
Big game titles including Dishonored 2, Doom, Titanfall 2 and many others are on great offer.
Expanding your game collection is pretty easy if you look for such discount sales. It saves you a lot of money and gives you at least a dozen games for the cost of two or three titles. The now live Playstation Store sale has huge discounts on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games.
If you have been holding back on some mildly old but pretty good titles, the sale now offers Doom and Fallout 4 for $29.99. Mortal Kombat XL which includes all characters is a pretty good deal at $19.99 and is a fantastic choice to play with friends or during get togethers. Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is discounted to $29.99 while Rise of the Tomb Raider special edition costs the same.
Along with Mortal Kombat, you can go with Rocket League for just $13.99, Street Fighter V for $19.99 and Dirt Rally for $23.99. All these titles are fun when played with friends and have a great multiplayer component so that you would never get bored. The huge Destiny Collection sells for $39.59 while F1 2016 is at $32.99. With a refreshing new single player campaign and intense multiplayer combat, Titanfall 2 is pretty cheap at $23.99.
The list of PS3 and PS Vita games in the Critics Sale on Playstation Store is too less. You can get Darkest Dungeon for $9.99 and Hotline Miami 2 Wrong Number for $7.49. PS3 gets PES 2017 at $19.99, South Park the Stick of Truth for $7.99 and Life is Strange Complete Season at $5.99. The sale ends on February 28th.
As a whole, the deals on the PS4 Critics sale sounds pretty good and all the discounted pricing mentioned above is applicable only for PS Plus subscribers. Everyone else has to pay a much higher price for each title if they don’t have subscribed to the Plus membership. Besides, it is mandatory to play online games and also gets you discounts all the time. The membership easily justifies the price tag. Sony is also working on adding more games to the PS4 Pro console by bringing in older titles as well as expand the PS VR lineup with pretty immersive games.
A rumored PS Vita-like hybrid console is also in the making to compete with Nintendo Switch but it’s something that might take months to be officially confirmed.