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It's a busy month for deals in the PlayStation Store: The Great Indoors Sale recently launched, offering major discounts on hundreds of games and a huge price cut for PS Plus subscriptions. But there's another PSN sale that might just have flown under your radar: an EA sale on over 60 PS4 and PS3 games, add-ons, and bundles from some of the publisher's best series. The sale ends tomorrow, March 26 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, the same time the PS Plus subscription sale ends.

All three games in EA's epic RPG series Dragon Age are on sale for the next week, including the Game of the Year edition for Dragon Age: Inquisition, which is just $10. Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II are each $4 to download and play on PS3. With the fourth Dragon Age game in development, there's no better time to get acquainted with this excellent series.

Another notable deal is Titanfall 2's Ultimate edition, which is selling for only $7.49 and includes a huge amount of bonus content. First-person shooter Battlefield V, which released late last year, is marked down to just $30 and features not only several new multiplayer modes but also an episodic single-player campaign. Speaking of multiplayer: break out of prison and journey with your fellow escaped convict in A Way Out, which is discounted at $18. Unravel 2, another local or online co-op experience where you play as adorable yarn creatures, is only $5.

Many of EA's sports titles are marked down well over 50% this week, including Madden NFL 19, which is only $15; EA Sports UFC 3, which is just over $13; and FIFA 19, which is just under $20. The ultimate editions of Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 are also on sale for just $6 each on PS3.

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For the first time in the last 20 years, I decided to skip buying the new Fifa game. Yes, I have owned every official Fifa game (skipped some FIfa Street/UEFA/Euro/World Cup games) since 1999. I even bought new console(s) and upgraded my PC multiple times to keep playing.

This must be telling something, right? EA should get a hint, right?

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@DeadManRollin: You're getting too old to play soccer/football?

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@ChrisAnetkaC: Not that, the game just went stale, similar to many other long running EA titles.

Same stuff, year after year with no improvement whatsoever other than roster updates.

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@DeadManRollin: If I remember correctly they did a major overhaul with the 2012 release. I'm not sure what else they can do to refresh the formula. VR is probably next.

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EA doesn't have any best games anymore!! They all suck except for Dragon Age Origins!!

Avatar image for Neo_Sarevok

I only rent or borrow EA games so they won't get my money. Never buy new, folks!

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@Neo_Sarevok: You do that with EA games only or all?

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@ChrisAnetkaC: Nah, just EA. Definitely buy from CD Projekt Red anyways; they're the good guys.

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I dont have any hard data, but my recall of sales past is that they werent discounted so much. This says to me that EA is desperate to claw their way back into all the players they alienated both through open statements and predatory business practices. To me thats a small starter win in the war against EA. Keep not buying their stuff, and purchasing power of the consumers wins at the end of the day.

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@chopsbenedict: It's a shame people can't enjoy classics like Dead Space (not 3) and Dragon Age (not 2/3) without going through EA. Oh, well. If you must buy them, buy them used or very heavily discounted.

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Hasn't the EA sale been going on since last Tuesday? ?? Why is this just now up lol.

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You lost me at EA.