Sony announces its upcoming Days of Play 2020 deals •

Oh, what a day. What a lovely day.

You may have heard that Sony is bringing back its celebration of all things PlayStation at the start of June. But it’ll also be kicking off events a little earlier than planned with a number of terrific price cuts on PS VR, PS Plus, PS Now and loads of PS4 games.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, they’ve confirmed a handful of deals that will be available at select retailers from 25th May. Some of which are on par with – or even better than – last year’s PlayStation Black Friday deals.

From what they’ve teased so far, there are some best offers up for grabs. Have a look and see what you think:

  • PS VR Starter Pack for £199.99/€199.99
  • PS VR Mega Pack for £229.99/€229.99
  • Death Stranding from £24.99/€29.99
  • Days Gone from £15.99/€19.99
  • Nioh 2 from £39.99/€49.99
  • 12-month PlayStation Plus for £34.99/€34.99
  • 12-month PlayStation Now membership for £34.99/€34.99

I could definitely see myself finally being tempted to see what Days Gone is like at that price. It’s not a bad time to top up your PS Plus subscription either, as the days of a sub-£30 offer seem way behind us now.

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In addition, a few chosen titles from the PlayStation Hits range will also be dropped to £11.99/€14.99. These include The Last of Us Remastered, God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn.

The in-store reductions will be followed by a two-week-long sale on the PSN Store from 3rd – 17th June. Here, you’ll find the same reductions on PS Plus and PS Now, along with many more deals on loads of PS4 games.

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Altogether, it looks like there are going to be some excellent bargains up for grabs. The full list should be revealed from Monday on the Days of Play site. Think you’ll treat yourself to anything here over the Bank Holiday?

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