Some decent deals on offer.
PS4 owners who enjoy saving a few bucks can find deals on a number of big games right now at Amazon, including remarkable price drops on games like GTA5 and Red Dead Redemption 2, along with more modest discounts on newer titles like Anthem and Kingdom Hearts III. Let’s take a look at what PS4 games and hardware you can save cash on today.
For starters, you almost never see deals on PS4 Pro consoles, but today only, March 6, you can get a PS4 Pro with Gran Turismo Sport for $354 at Rakuten by applying promo code SAVE15 at checkout. That’s a terrific deal even if you don’t care about racing games.
PS4 Hardware Deals
PS4 Game Deals
As for games, let’s start with the newer titles that are available for a few bucks off. Kingdom Hearts III is slightly discounted to $54.30, which isn’t the greatest deal, but if you’re going to buy it anyway, you might as well save $6. For a similar discount — but a very different game — you can get the super spooky Resident Evil 2 remake for $52.99.
And while it’s safe to say Anthem hasn’t gotten off to the smoothest start, lots of people I follow on Twitter are enjoying it, particularly when playing the campaign solo. And as a loot-based game with lots of planned updates, BioWare has plenty of chances to turn it around. If you want to see what all the commotion is about, you can grab Anthem now for $50.99.
Bigger price cuts are available on a few newer titles as well. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is already down $20, bringing this flying game to $39.99. Red Dead Redemption 2 (which got a 10/10 in our review) has been on sale for $39.88 for a week or two, but that’s still a great deal for anyone who hasn’t picked it up yet, particularly now that Red Dead Online is starting to get significant updates. Rockstar’s other big online game, Grand Theft Auto V, is also on sale for just $15.
Other standout discounts include sale prices on Assassin’s Creed Odyssey ($34.90), Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 ($37.58), and NBA 2K19 ($28.99). If you haven’t played Spider-Man yet, you can swing through NYC for $37.03, and Apex Legends fans should definitely grab the developer’s previous game, Titanfall 2, while it’s marked down to just $7.99.
That does it for the deals, but if you’re interested in upcoming entertainment releasing this year, check out our list of release dates for the games coming in 2019 and movies coming in 2019.