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PlayStation has certainly spread the Christmas cheer with their annual Holiday Sale. In Week 3, loyal PlayStation lovers have been gifted with deals on games like Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3, Destiny: The Taken King and more. But you have to hurry up and purchase your game, because the deals for Week 3 end on December 28.
The PlayStation sale isn’t just for game lovers, either. The sale also includes movies like 22 Jump Street, Pineapple Express and San Andreas.
Games like Battlefield: Hardline have been slashed from a $40 retail price down to $19.99 (Plus members) and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection got cut down from $59.99 to a mere $27.00 (Plus Members). The sale is insane and the roster on PlayStation’s blog post for games on sale is seemingly endless. The best part is, you don’t technically need to be a PlayStation Plus member to take advantage of the deals, either. Sure, PlayStation Plus members will have the lowest guaranteed price of the games and films, but non-members will also enjoy a decrease in price.
According to PlayStation’s blog post concerning the holiday sale, non-members are getting the chance to save up to 65% on the long list of blockbusters and popular games, but Plus members get to roll around in savings up to 75%. But not everyone is happy with the outcome of PlayStation’s sale roster.
The PlayStation Holiday Sale is in direct competition with the Steam Holiday Sale happening concurrently. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is actually cheaper on Steam than it is on the PlayStation Holiday Sale.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is $53.99 on sale in the PlayStation store, but on Steam, it’s 25% off at $44.99. So really, it boils down to what platform you’d prefer to play it on. Even as a PlayStation Plus member, the price only drops to $49.79, with the Steam version still being cheaper. Although, at only a $9.00 difference in prices between PlayStation and Steam, does it really matter that much? Some might argue it does. For those who don’t have a gaming PC, they have to get the slightly pricier PS4 version. In all honesty, it’s Christmas. Just be happy you’re getting a deal at all and take what you can get, be thankful and go back to enjoying your eggnog.
Week 4 of PlayStation’s Holiday Sale will commence on Tuesday, December 29 and will be the final week in sales.