Best Prime Day PlayStation Deals
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It's the last day to shop for Prime Day deals, and PS5 owners can grab some terrific deals for the latest Sony home gaming console. Having been on the market for almost two years now, the PS5 library has grown and includes a number of games that combine stunning visuals with immersive haptic feedback thanks to the DualSense controller. With the Amazon event winding down, several of these games have received steep discounts and are now available at their lowest price yet. We've rounded up the best PS5 deals during Prime Day 2022 below.
Just a heads up: Prime Day game deals tend to sell out before the sale actually ends--especially the really enticing ones. Amazon usually sells out before other retailers, but keep in mind that many deals are also available at other major retailers such as Best Buy, GameStop, or Target.
Right now, you can save big on exclusives for PS5 such as Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Ghostwire: Tokyo. Multi-platform games are also seeing nice discounts, including Tiny Tina's Wonderlands and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.
If you're looking for accessories for your PS5, check out our roundups of the best Prime Day controller and headset deals. Looking for a new TV for your PS5? Take a peek at our list of the best Prime Day TV deals. If you own other platforms, we also have roundups of the best Nintendo Switch deals and best Xbox deals.
Those still on the hunt for a PS5 console should check out our PS5 restock tracker. We update it every time a retailer announces that the PlayStation 5 is available.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection
This bundle includes both Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. That’s a lot of globe-trotting adventure for just $30, so be sure to check out the deal while you can.
The latest release from Supermassive Games is down $20 right now, giving you one of the best prices we’ve seen since launch for the narrative-driven horror game.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Next Level Edition
Take the frantic gunplay of Borderlands, mix in some magical abilities, and through it into a fantasy setting, and you’ve got Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. This Next Level Edition is essentially the “new-gen” version of the game, offering improved graphics and performance on PS5.
Dying Light 2
Dying Light 2, which just released a few months back, is on sale for its lowest price yet for PS4 and PS5. For $35, you get dozens upon dozens of hours of open-world survival gameplay.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy, one of the surprise hits of 2021, is down to just $25 on PS5 and PS4 during Prime Day. Guardians of the Galaxy's story and characters shine, and the gameplay is pretty fun, too.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
If you don’t mind a quirky story (and lots of talk about chaos), Stranger of Paradise is hiding a surprisingly fun game. It has fun action combat, plenty of unlockables, and skill trees let you customize your play style. And once you get used to its wild demeanor, the story actually offers more than just a few laughs.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Sackboy: A Big Adventure is available for $20 off at Amazon. Even if you have a PS5, you should pick up the PS4 version, as it comes with a free upgrade and is cheaper right now. Sackboy is basically LittleBigPlanet's take on Super Mario 3D World. Despite the move to 3D stages, Sackboy still very much plays like and resembles its predecessors. This is a great pick for local co-op gaming with the family.
Immortals Fenyx Rising
Immortals Fenyx Rising is a light-hearted open-world game that will appeal to fans of The Legend of Zelda as well as those who want a far more contained and less overwhelming Ubisoft open-world game than usual.
Rainbow Six Extraction
Rainbow Six Extraction is only $13 right now for PS4 and PS5. The cooperative first-person shooter may not be on the same level as Siege, but it's still a fun game to play with buddies.
Judgment is a spin-off of the Yakuza franchise that tells a great story and offers some thrilling gameplay. It stars an attorney turned detective who investigates a serial killer.
Head to the streets of Tokyo as a crime-fighting lawyer. You’ll investigate a mysterious murder as you fight through enemies that get in your way using an arcade-inspired combat system. There are plenty of other quests to fill your time, including one that sees you teaming up with an adorable detective dog.
Ghostwire: Tokyo drops you into the streets of Tokyo, which have been mysteriously abandoned and overrun by supernatural creatures. You’ll unravel this mystery while engaging in combat that makes use of elemental skills to decimate anything that gets in your way. Upgradeable abilities, a unique storyline, and a chilling atmosphere earned Ghostwire: Tokyo positive reviews, and it’s an absolute steal at this new price.
Deathloop walked away with our 2021 Game of the Year award, and now you can pick it up for a great low price. The stylish shooter sees you reliving the same day until you manage to defeat eight high-priority targets before the sun sets. Tight gunplay, a constant sense of progression, and an intriguing story make it a must-play PS5 console exclusive.
Death Stranding: Director's Cut
There's nothing quite like Death Stranding, the most recent game from the mind of legendary developer Hideo Kojima. It's a game that people tend to either love or hate. Much of the gameplay revolves around stacking and carrying packages across a desolate open world. That said, the story is incredibly compelling, the performances are great, and the open world is unlike anything else out there. Everyone should at least try Death Stranding, and it looks even better on PS5.
The game that kicked off the “Souls” frenzy has been given a second life on PS5. Reworked rolling mechanics, a fresh coat of paint, new weapons, and more make it great for both newcomers and Souls veterans--although only those with a lot of patience will make it to the final credits.
Elden Ring is one of the biggest games of 2022. It takes traditional, brutal combat of Souls games and throws it into a sprawling open world. You’re largely free to tackle its quests as you see fit, and the option to venture off in new directions means you rarely feel trapped behind a particularly difficult boss.
Far Cry 6
Fight to liberate the tropical land of Yara from its tyrannical ruler--played by Giancarlo Esposito. The game is filled with Far Cry’s usual over-the-top action, and its variety of biomes (including beaches, bustling cities, and dense jungles) look stunning thanks to the power of PS5.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is the best way to play this memorable action-RPG. You’ll be treated to enhanced graphics, along with the option to toggle on a 4K resolution mode. This version of the game also comes with a new storyline featuring Yuffie, along with a few minor gameplay and combat updates.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits - Deluxe Edition
Despite being a modern release, Kena plays like a classic platformer from the PS2 era. You’ll navigate some simple platforming sections, take part in plenty of boss battles, and search for hundreds of collectibles as you help guide the deceased to the spirit world. This deluxe edition also comes with a bunch of goodies, including a digital album and in-game skins.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
With access to all nine Skywalker saga storylines, hundreds of playable characters, and dozens of planets to explore, there’s plenty here to keep Star Wars fans busy. There’s also some big changes to the standard Lego format, with reworked combat that’s more engaging and a tighter camera angle that keeps you immersed in the action.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
The lombax’s first adventure on PS5 was a runaway success, offering fast-paced action, a ridiculous roster of weapons, and stunning graphics that bring Rift Apart’s cartoony world to life. You’ll also get to step into the shoes of a Rivet, a new playable character with different moves than Ratchet.
Returnal is not for the faint of heart. Its bullet-hell action within a roguelike structure will put your skills to the test, although it’s the challenging boss fights that’ll really get your adrenaline going. The third-person shooter sees you stranded on a mysterious planet, and you’ll need to unravel its mysteries if you want to make it home alive. GameStop has preowned copies of Returnal for $44.
Watch Dogs: Legion
Watch Dogs: Legion, the third entry in Ubisoft's hacker-focused open-world series, is a joy to play, especially at this price.