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PS4 Game Deals In Double Discount PlayStation Store Sale

A week's worth of deals.

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The PlayStation Store's Sale of the Dead runs through November 2, but that hasn't stopped Sony from launching a new sale this week. This one is called the Double Discount Sale because, while everyone gets up to 30% off the games on the list, PS Plus members get--drumroll--double the discount. That's what Sony is advertising, anyway, though some of the PS Plus discounts actually seem bigger. In any case, the sale ends November 13, so let's take a look at the best deals you can get between now and then.

Ubisoft has dropped prices on much of its PS4 back catalog, with discounts on Assassin's Creed and Far Cry games in particular. If bang for your buck is what you're after, you can grab Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection for $34 ($17 with PS Plus). It contains Assassin's Creed II, plus Brotherhood and Revelations. Fans of open-world shooters can grab Far Cry 3 Classic Edition for $25 ($20) or go pre-historic with Far Cry Primal for $33 ($15).

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The delightful Japanese crime saga Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is down to $45 ($30), while EA Sports UFC 3 drops to $40 ($20). If you want to try something a little different, you can grab Pyre for $14 ($8); it's a party-based RPG that plays out like a made-up sports game. Speaking of RPGs, you can log dozens of hours in Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition for $35 ($20).

You'll find more of our picks below, or check out the full list of sale items for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita here.

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