PlayStation Store Black Friday Deals Announced: DiRT Rally Leads the Way With 50% Off

Gaming 16 November 23, 2016 by

We’re inching closer to the big deal-finding day (or, as it has increasingly become, the entire long weekend). The Xbox Store already revealed its Black Friday deals last week, and now Sony has announced their own slashed prices.

Coming off of two weeks of sales celebrating the store’s 10th anniversary (which happily coincided with the PS3’s decade milestone as well), Sony’s Black Friday sale offers 100 deals for PS4 players. We’ve cut the list down to the titles we believe matter most to the community (all prices in USD):

  • The Crew: Complete Edition (Regular: $39.99 / Sale: $13.19 / 67% off)
  • The Crew (Regular: $29.99 / Sale: $9.89 / 67% off)
  • DiRT Rally (Regular: $59.99 / Sale: $29.99 / PS+: $23.99 / 50-60% off)
  • F1 2016 (Regular: $59.99 / Sale: $38.99 / PS+: $32.99 / 35-45% off)
  • Grand Theft Auto III (Regular: $14.99 / Sale: $10.49 / PS+ $8.99 / 30-40% off)
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Regular: $14.99 / Sale: $10.49 / PS+ $8.99 / 30-40% off)
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Regular: $14.99 / Sale: $10.49 / PS+ $8.99 / 30-40%)
  • Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy (Regular: $34.99 / Sale: $24.49 / PS+ $20.99 / 30-40%)
  • Grand Theft Auto V (Regular: $59.99 / Sale: $29.99 / 50% off)
Get into the swing of things with at least half off on DiRT Rally. Image courtesy of MXH.

The headlining game in our opinion is undoubtedly DiRT Rally. Our man Brend was a big fan of the title when he reviewed it earlier this year, going so far as to call it “something truly special”. At half price (or 60% off with PS+), we can’t recommend the title enough.

A sizeable discount on F1 2016 could be tempting to those itching for this year’s open-wheel racer. It’s received generally favourable reviews, though even with the discount, it isn’t quite as easy on the wallet as the recently-released mobile version of the game. You know, if you’re feeling so inclined…

The Crew‘s hefty discount is interesting, if only because the game is set to receive a new police-focused expansion on Tuesday. “Calling All Units” should provide a shot in the arm for UbiSoft’s open-world racer. It’s far from a simulator, but the sheer scale of the game’s map — a shrunken down version of the USA — can provide a fun alternative to more serious titles in the genre.

Lastly, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the GTA deals. This is the cheapest way to revisit the PS2 classics, and we’ve got a very active community focused on the modern installment.

Stay tuned: we’ve got more Black Friday deal coverage coming up. Happy hunting!

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