This Week's PS4 Game Deals On The PlayStation Store (US)

Big savings.

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It's a new week, so of course the PlayStation Store has a new batch of deals available that can save you a heap of cash on some terrific PS4, PS3, and PS Vita games. Additionally, last week's Double Discount Sale continues, meaning PS Plus members get extra savings on many of the on-sale items. Just make sure to secure your purchases by November 13, when these deals go away.

But before you go on a spending spree, you might want to take a peek at our PS4 Black Friday roundup, which will be consistently updated with the best deals on PS4 consoles, bundles, games, and accessories. Some big savings have already been announced, so check there to start planning your Black Friday shopping spree.

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Back on the PlayStation Store, you can create your own deadly theme park in Jurassic World Evolution for $51 (or $42 with PS Plus); just try to keep the dinosaurs in their pens. With Battlefield V launching later this month, you might want to grab the previous installment, Battlefield 1, for $24 ($8). And if a trippy version of Tetris sounds like your kind of thing, the you can pre-order Tetris Effect on sale for $36 before its release on November 9 (you can play it in PSVR, too).

If you want to drop in on the Japanese crime world, you can pick up Yakuza 0 for $18 ($16) or Yakuza 6: The Song of Life for $45 ($30). Perhaps you're looking to build a real-life skill. If so, for $21 ($12) you can get Rocksmith 2014 Remastered and learn how to play guitar. Or you can just build a digital metropolis in Cities: Skylines for $30 ($20).

You'll find more selections below, and you can check out all of this week's deals here.

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