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15 games to grab from the PlayStation Summer Sale ASAP

Get ‘em while they’re hot.


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PlayStation’s Summer Sale is now live, with great deals that last until August 3, when a new lineup will be added. It’s a great mix of new and old games, no matter what you’re looking to play.

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Here are 15 games you need to check out in the PSN Summer Sale

15. The Quarry

$40 (was $60)

Less than two months after launch, the latest narrative horror adventure from Supermassive Games is on sale. It’s not to everyone’s taste, but if you want some fictional horror as a break from the real-world kind, it’ll do the trick.

Supermassive Games
14. It Takes Two

$20 (was $40)

It Takes Two is one of the best co-op games in years, putting a troubled marriage through its paces with clever puzzles.

Hazelight Studios
13. Destiny 2: The Witch Queen

$24 (was $40)

The Witch Queen expansion has been a high point for Destiny 2. Now is a good time to jump in if you haven’t already, with Bungie set to showcase the next expansion, Lightfall, in August.

12. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Deluxe Edition

$52.50 (was $70)

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga adds the Lego games’ wonderful silliness to one of the best Star Wars games in years. It’s a surprisingly huge game with some truly spectacular set pieces.

TT Games
11. Kena: Bridge of Spirits

$24 (was $40)

Kena: Bridge of Spirits was one of the earliest games announced for PS5. A Zelda-inspired action adventure, it sprinkles in a little bit of Pikmin and some incredible art.

Ember Lab
10. Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition

$20 (was $40)

One of the best action games on PS5 has a bargain-bin sale price. Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition adds a whole new playable character along with other enhancements.

9. Tales of Arise

$30 (was $60)

The latest in the long-running Tales series, Tales of Arise tells an epic fantasy story of overthrowing tyranny. Its magical squad-based combat is hectic and strategic, and best of all, you can dress your party up in silly outfits to completely ruin cutscenes.

8. Assassin’s Creed Mythology Pack

$48 (was $160)

If you haven’t kept up with Assassin’s Creed, now’s the time to get back in. This bundle gets you Assassin’s Creed Origins, Odyssey, and Valhalla — the latest three games — for a massive discount.

7. Red Dead Redemption 2

$24 (was $60)

Rockstar’s cowboy epic is a few years old now, but you’re not likely to get Red Dead Redemption 2 cheaper than this any time soon. If you’re looking for a massive game to lose yourself in, this Wild West sandbox is a great choice.

Rockstar Games
6. Yakuza: Like a Dragon Hero Edition

$25 (was $70)

Yakuza: Like a Dragon ditches long-time hero Kiryu for a new protagonist — Ichiban Kasuga — and replaces its real-time brawling with turn-based combat. The DLC-included Hero Edition is cheaper than the standard game during the sale.

5. Scarlet Nexus Deluxe Edition

$40 (was $70)

The excellent cyberpunk action RPG Scarlet Nexus backs up its challenging combat with a stellar conspiracy story. The deluxe edition gets you the DLC, an art book, and the soundtrack as a bonus.

Bandai Namco
4. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

$40 (was $70)

The first blockbuster PS5 exclusive is at an all-time low price. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a loving throwback to classic platformers that takes full advantage of Sony’s latest console.

Insomniac Games
3. Sifu

$32 (was $40)

Kick! Punch! It’s all in the mind. Sifu shows the way to mastery is paved with broken bones. This martial arts brawler is extremely tough, and with each defeat, your character ages years before you get another go.

2. Ghostwire: Tokyo

$30 (was $60)

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a unique first-person spell-slinging adventure from Bethesda. Working with a ghost who’s hijacked your body, you’ll get to the bottom of a deadly occult mystery in Tokyo.

1. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade

$40 (was $70)

Including both the fantastic base game and the Intermission Yuffie episode, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade honors a classic JRPG by doing way more than just retreading old ground.

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