[Last Chance] PS4's God Of War For $24, And More Great Game Deals This Week (US)

Finally some good deals are available.

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There's been a bit of a lull in good deals content in the PlayStation Store since its massive Great Indoors Sale last month. But budget-savvy PlayStation owners can finally rejoice, because the digital marketplace has finally been restocked with a new batch of discounted PS4 games. And thankfully, there are some worthwhile titles included. As usual, many of these deals will be even cheaper if you're a PS Plus member. [Update: It's now Monday, making this your last chance to take advantage of many of these discounted prices, as they'll go away when the store refreshes on Tuesday and cycles in new deals.]

The most notable deals include Respawn's acclaimed first-person shooter Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition, which is selling for only $10.49 or as a bundle with Battlefield 1 for $36. Battlefield V, which recently launched its free battle royale mode, is also on sale for $36, and you can get the Deluxe edition for $48. Some great local co-op titles are also marked down, like A Way Out for $21 and both Unravel games for $7 each.

Finally, God of War celebrates its first anniversary this week, and not only can you get a new God of War avatar set and PS4 theme for free, but you can also grab the game for dirt-cheap in the PlayStation Store. The standard edition is available for only $24, and the digital Deluxe edition is $30. If you've already played the game, be sure to check out our chat with Cory Barlog about how the game's most impactful moment almost didn't happen.

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And see some of our picks from the sale below.

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