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PS4's Big October Sale Includes Non-Spooky Games For Those Of Us Who Are Wimps
Battlefield 5, Remnant: From the Ashes, and more.
We're fast approaching the dawn of Halloween sales, where spooky games get discounted and streamers try their hardest to look and sound scared right before the dawn of the actual scariest time of the year for us at GameSpot: Black Friday. Sure, we're not quite in the midst of any of that, but that doesn't mean there aren't video game savings to be had. The latest is the PS4's October Savings sale, which discounts a bunch of great games, none of which are spooky.
The October Savings sale lasts until Tuesday, October 29, at 8 AM Pacific. The sale features this year's Remnant: From The Ashes, a challenging third-person shooter from Darksiders III developer Gunfire Games. We also have games like Battlefield 5 and Just Cause 4, in addition to smaller gems like Mark of the Ninja Remastered, Dangerous Driving, and Slime Rancher.
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Remnant: From The Ashes - $32 (
Taking a lot of inspiration from Dark Souls, Remnant pits players against hard-as-nails enemies in a third-person shooter format. There is loot, but that's not really the focus. It's all about learning your enemy's movements, getting out of the way, and defeating them before they can defeat you. Just like Dark Souls, there's plenty of dying and satisfaction when you finally triumph over that challenging boss.
For more info, check out our Remnant: From the Ashes review.
Battlefield 5 - $19.80 (
Battlefield 5 brought the series back to World War II with classic multiplayer modes, and over time it's added even more, including a battle royale mode. The next free event, titled War in the Pacific, kicks off on October 31. Over the course of War in the Pacific, players will gain access to brand new weapons, two new factions, and reimaginings of classic maps Iwo Jima and Wake Island.
For more info, check out our Battlefield 5 review.
Just Cause 4 - $15 (
Just Cause 4 is the latest in the bombastic series, harnessing everything the series is known for and creating another exciting adventure as Rico Rodriguez. The satisfying traversal system--backed by the wingsuit, grappling hook, and parachute--returns, in addition to a multitude of tools built for destruction.
For more info, check out our Just Cause 4 review.
- Mark of the Ninja Remastered - $10 (
- The Surge - $9 (
- Hitman Go - $1.60 (
- Jurassic World Evolution - $25 (
- Elite Dangerous - $11 (
- Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite - $13.20 (
- Dangerous Driving - $21 (
- Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy - $19.50 (
- Flashback - $10 (
- Moonlighter - $8 (
- Okami HD - $14 (
- Slime Rancher - $12 (
- Onimusha Warlords - $12 (
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