PS4 Deals: New Winter Sale Begins In Australia With Lots Of Discounts

The Winter Sale has begun.

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The PlayStation Store has kicked off a new sale in Australia. The Winter Sale is on now, offering discounts of up to 60 percent on "hundreds" of games for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation VR.

A lot of high-profile PS4 games are discounted, including Gran Turismo Sport ($25 AUD), Star Wars: Battlefront II ($25 AUD), Assassin's Creed Origins ($48 AUD), Grand Theft Auto V ($29 AUD), Nioh ($18 AUD), Horizon: Zero Dawn ($19 AUD), Shadow of the Colossus ($25 AUD), and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt ($18 AUD).

Additionally, DLC and expansion packs for a number of games are on sale. Go to the PlayStation Store Winter Sale page to see a rundown of all the deals.

This sale isn't going on in North America or Europe, where it's Summer and not Winter, but there are some deals to be had in the US. For example, No Man's Sky is on sale this week to celebrate the big "Next" update, while Ghost Recon Wildlands is also marked down this week.

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Temperatures in Sydney today are between 8° and 18°C. I wish our winters here in Europe were that warm. Or even most of the rest of the year.

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ITs winter here in Latin America too, but Sony keeps treating us like the worst shit in their market. All games are at least 4 USD more expensive than in other regions, and most sales are the usual monthly PS plus things. That's why people want to pirate your games so badly.

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@JimmyCos: It's a big world, Latin America is not the only area where corporate sell at a higher premium. In Australia our sales for both Xbox and PS are always higher price than the sales compared to US. And If you think that's bad you should see Nintendo - Permanent full price.

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I don't care about any of their business points of view. I'm a consumer not an executive. Its pathetic that there are fanboys siding against what is essentially pro consumer.