DiRT Rally and F1 2016 up for Grabs in Final Week of PS Store Holiday Sale

Gaming 1 December 27, 2016 by

If you’ve been waiting for an opportunity to snag either F1 2016 or DiRT Rally with a little money to spare, the fourth and final week of the PlayStation Store Holiday Sale has you covered. Both Codemasters titles are featured in this week’s sales finale, with up to 60% in savings.

First up on the list is DiRT Rally, and while our review of the game speaks for itself, it bears being repeated that the game has been an acclaimed addition since being available to PC players in Early Access form. While the game has naturally grown since its official release, the opinion of the game offering a complete and fun experience remains the same.

If you still haven’t pulled the trigger on DiRT Rally, this week’s sales drops the price to $29.99, 50% off the original price. PlayStation Plus subscribers can take advantage of a further 10% discount, bringing the price down even further to $23.99.

Released just earlier this year, F1 2016 is considered by many within the GTPlanet community to be the best entry in the franchise to date. With a returning focus on the game’s extensive career mode and introducing new features such as the formation lap, manual race starts, car upgrades, this year’s offering is all about simulating the sport as closely as possible.

This year’s game featuring all of the familiar faces of the F1 circus can be had for $35.99, 40% off the original price. PlayStation Plus subscribers, again, can take advantage of a further 10% discount, snagging the game for $29.99.

As an added bonus, players can also pick up Table Top Racing: World Tour for $4.49 ($2.99 for PS+ users) for some Mario Kart-style shenanigans. While this week’s festivities kicked off earlier today, players have until January 3 at 11:00 AM to take advantage of the discounted games.

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