PSN Flash Sale Ends Soon: See The Best PS4 Game Deals

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The weekend is shaping up to be a good one for gamers. In addition to Steam's free PC game offerings, you can also save money on dozens of PS4 games in the PlayStation Store this weekend. The flash sale just went live, so you can go take a look at all the deals available.

Some of the best offerings include Devil May Cry 5, which released two months ago and is now on sale for just under $40. You've also got Battlefield V, which is (once again) marked down to $30, and acclaimed RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition, which is discounted to $39.

Several EA sports titles are considerably cheaper, such as Madden NFL 19 for $15, and FIFA 19 and NHL 19 for $18 each. Guacamelee 2's Complete edition is notably on sale for $13.79, and fans of Quantic Dream games may want to snag the Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls bundle selling for $20.

As "flash sale" implies, these deals won't stick around long--they'll be available now through Monday, May 13, at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. So grab the games you want--and while you're at it, check out the rest of this week's best PS4 deals.

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Just1MoHr

Wut? Heavy Rain & Beyond: Two Souls Collection were $16 during the XMas sale, do they think we r idiots? They just lost a sale, gonna just play them on my PS3 & never buy it on the PS4 now as it ticks me off. Let your money do the talking, or lack there of.

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Chubby170

@just1mohr: Yea, those games dont really need an upgrade to ps4. Heavy Rain is great! Enjoy.

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RonThallsBalls

Wow, awesome sale. $30 for Conan, wasn’t it free last month?

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Cherub1000

@ronthallsballs: I know right? What the hell??? How stupid!?

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ibonedyourmom

Shit sale, as usual.

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ThrillKillFan

Is it wrong that I became accustomed to CHEAP game prices ($1-5) during last gen's "flash sales" and consider these more recent ones mediocre? They want $24 for Vampyr? Yet I picked it up from Target, physical version, for $17.98 last month. Welcome to the digital future, where you're going to be OVER paying for everything.

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srfilk86

@ThrillKillFan: Naw. Once digital catches on like it has with PC, almost everything will be dirt cheap. Just look at how many games you can grab for a few bucks in a Humble Bundle.

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Barighm

@srfilk86: Even on Steam, newer games cost more money, and this myth that a newer game will sell for $5 in a month or two just cause PC needs to go away. It's not true. When they're much older games, then they will be cheap...which is why last gen games were cheap. They were old.

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srfilk86

@Barighm: The thing is, enough games exist in physical format now to sustain me for the rest of my life. So if digital gets too out of hand instead of cheaper I'll just quit buying new games. Most new games are terrible anyway.

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JSprunk

@Barighm: I agree. In 2007 when I signed up on Steam, I got tons and tons of PC games for $5 or less. Now in 2019, similarly aged games are going for $12- $15, but somehow Steam has been able to perpetuate the myths that PC games still sell for $5 during their sales.