Best Cyber Monday PlayStation Deals Available Now
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Black Friday sales have ended, but the deals are still going strong for Cyber Monday. All major retailers, including Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop, are hosting massive Cyber Monday sales. We've rounded up the best Cyber Monday PS4 and PS5 deals here. As the last major deals event of the year, you should take advantage of these discounts while you can.
This year's PlayStation Cyber Monday deals include games, accessories, and PlayStation Plus memberships for the PS5 and PS4. A PS Plus membership is especially valuable for new PS5 owners because of the 20-game PS Plus Collection. I
If you're in the market for games--whether to play on PS4 or a combination of backwards-compatible and native PS5 games to play on the next-gen console--you're in luck. Cyber Monday 2020 has brought new low prices for some major games, including The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, and Watch Dogs: Legion (which offers a free upgrade to the PS5 version). For more deals, check out our roundup of the best Cyber Monday gaming deals.
PlayStation Plus 12-Month Subscription (Digital Code)
$31 (was $60)
Though technically not part of an official Black Friday sale, this deal on PlayStation Plus is the best you'll find. You can snag a one-year membership for $31, which is nearly 50% off. If you're a new PS5 owner, PS Plus is one of the first things you should buy. Not only does it grant access to online multiplayer, but you also get free games each month and more than a dozen hit PS4 games via the PS Plus Collection. This is a digital code you'll receive via email within 24 hours--we've tested and confirmed it ourselves. You can then redeem it in the PlayStation Store to instantly start or extend your PS Plus subscription.
Turtle Beach Recon 200
$30 (was $60)
If you're looking for a budget-friendly headset for your PS5, the Turtle Beach Recon 200 is a universal headset that offers solid sound quality for the price. It has an understated design and comfortable ear cups for long gaming sessions.
Astro A40 TR Gaming Headset
$120 (was $150)
Astro makes some of the best third-party console peripherals, and the A40 TR is a prime example of that. It's one of the best wired headsets you can buy for the price, with studio-quality stereo surround and a lightweight design with ultra-comfortable ear cushions. The A40 plugs into the 3.5mm audio jack, so it works with PS5 and Series X (as well as legacy consoles).
Assassin's Creed Valhalla
$50 (was $60)
Just weeks after its release, the PS5 version of Assassin's Creed Valhalla is discounted to $50 at GameStop. If you didn't pick up the new open-world adventure from Ubisoft at launch, you'll want to take advantage of this deal.
The Last of Us Part II
$25.50 (was $60)
The Last of Us Part II is one of the 2020's biggest games. If you haven't picked it up yet, you can snag it for its best price yet for Cyber Monday. And if you're new to the post-apocalyptic action series, The Last of Us Remastered is included with the PS Plus Collection--that way you can play the original before diving into the excellent sequel at a great price.
Watch Dogs: Legion
$30 (was $60)
Watch Dogs: Legion just released at the end of October, but the PS4/PS5 version has already received a steep discount at multiple stores. You can snag the open-world adventure starring a group of trendy hackers for just $30. Legion is a great game, especially at this price. It earned an 8/10 in GameSpot's Watch Dogs: Legion review.
Ghost of Tsushima
$34 (was $60)
Ghost of Tsushima was the last major PS4 exclusive, and it made its moment count. The open-world samurai game oozes with style, features a compelling narrative, and offers an abundance of content. After finishing the lengthy single-player campaign, you can jump into the Legends online multiplayer mode, which was recently added as a free update. You can snag Ghost of Tsushima for its best price yet this Cyber Monday.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time
$30 (was $60)
Toys for Bob did a remarkable job reviving the iconic Crash Bandicoot series with Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. The sequel is rich in content and authentic to its predecessors while moving the series forward. Discounts have been rare since launching a couple of months back, but you can get it for a new low of $30 during Cyber Monday.
$27 (was $60)
Marvel's Avengers hasn't sold nearly as well as Square Enix probably expected, but the live service superhero game is still worth playing even if you just want to run through the main story. It's on sale for only $27, which is the lowest price we've seen since Marvel's Avengers launched in August. A free PS5 upgrade will arrive to the game in 2021, and you can play the PS4 version on the PS5 now.
Persona 5 Royal
$20 (was $60)
Persona 5 Royal, an updated version of the 2017 JRPG with loads of new content, released earlier this year to critical acclaim. It earned a rare 10/10 in our Persona 5 Royal review. If you're looking for a lengthy JRPG to play over winter, look no further, especially at this new low price.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
$30 (was $60)
Given the nature of 2020, it's actually kind of hard to believe Final Fantasy VII Remake released this year. Telling part one of the story, Final Fantasy VII Remake is as wonderful as you remember, even with a huge departure with regards to combat. It also earned a 10/10 in GameSpot's Final Fantasy VII Remake review.
Red Dead Redemption 2
$20 (was $60)
Red Dead Redemption 2 was one of the most ambitious games released during the PS4's lifecycle. The open-world western features top-notch performances, a captivating story, and a massive online mode to play in addition to the fantastic campaign. You can pick it up for the low price of $20.
$20 (was $40)
Death Stranding is a weird game, but not many could've predicted that the world it depicts is pretty darn prescient to what we're dealing with in 2020. If you're looking for something different to play this holiday, Death Stranding is quite unlike most open-world games.
$10 (was $40)
Fans of Dark Souls will likely find a lot to love in Nioh 2, a challenging action-RPG from Team Ninja that released earlier this year. It serves as a prequel to the original, so you don't need to have any preexisting knowledge to dive in. Nioh 2 is on sale for just $10--a steal for a great and lengthy solo adventure. It earned an 8/10 in GameSpot's Nioh 2 review.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2
$25 (was $40)
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is a simply fantastic remake of two truly iconic games. Vicarious Visions remained authentic to the originals while modernizing the controls and feel of the games. In short, the remake is certainly worthwhile for diehard fans of the series as well as newcomers. It earned a 9/10 in GameSpot's Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 review.
Star Wars Squadrons
$17 (was $40)
Star Wars Squadrons brings back a once-popular genre of games for the legendary franchise: space combat. Squadrons is an arcade-style dogfighting game with solid mechanics and a fun online mode. It earned a 7/10 in GameSpot's Star Wars Squadrons review and is on sale for less than $20, just months after it launched.
Madden NFL 21
$27 (was $60)
While Madden NFL 21 failed to move the long-running EA Sports series forward, there are plenty of gamers who want the new version each year for the roster updates. If you have someone on your shopping list who asked for Madden NFL 21, you can pick it up for only $27 during GameStop's Cyber Monday sale.
$20 (was $60)
Doom Eternal picks up right where its 2016 predecessor left off in terms of offering fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping combat. The campaign mode is great and adds new twists to the already great formula. First-person shooter fans shouldn't miss out on Doom Eternal, which will be discounted to its lowest price yet during Cyber Monday.