PlayStation Store End of Year Deals are now on – Save up to 85% on Jurassic World Evolution, AC Valhalla & more

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Sony has decided they’ve had enough of 2021 and are kicking off an End of Year Deals promotion on the PlayStation Store later today. Coincidentally, the Black Friday sale across hundreds of games will be coming to an end today, so make sure to grab what you need before the discounts disappear.

It’s fine, I get it, 2021 hasn’t been the best of years, but it’s still a tad premature to have a sale that’s all about the end of the year. This way sales branding madness lies, with Christmas in July, Halloween in February and Summer Savings running all year round. Not only that, but I’m fairly certain that Sony will have a holiday sale to actually end the year.

When the sale page goes live, you’ll be able peruse all the discounts on the PlayStation Store – a link that is now working thanks to MrYd. We’ve scoured the latest discounts to go live (via PS Prices) to pick out some of the most notable ones. All of the discounts run through to 22nd December 2021, so you’ve plenty of time to consider what you might want to buy.

  • Jurassic World Evolution: Jurassic Park Edition – £7.94 (85% off)
  • Jurassic World Evolution – £5.54 (85% off)
  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – £29.99 (50% off)
  • WRC 10 – £24.99 (50% off)
  • Lost in Random – £16.74 (33% off)
  • The Medium – £33.74 (25% off)
  • Planet Coaster Premium Edition – £29.69 (55% off)
  • Capcom Arcade Stadium Packs 1, 2 and 3 – £24.74 (25% off)
  • Greedfall Standard Edition – £8.99 (70% off)
  • Watch Dogs Legion Deluxe Edition – £20.39 (70% off)
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon Hero Edition – £32.49 (50% off)
  • Doom 3: VR Edition – £6.39 (60% off)
  • Mortal Kombat 11 – £13.99 (66% off)
  • Katamari Damacy Reroll – £8.24 (67% off)
  • Dead By Daylight – £12.49 (50% off)
  • Bugsnax – £12.59 (30% off)
  • Totally Reliable Delivery Service – £3.95 (67%)
  • Iron Man VR – £13.99 (60% off)
  • Captain Tsubaba: Rise of New Champions – £14.84 (67% off)
  • Shenmue III – £4.99 (80% off)
  • Zombie Army 4: Dead War – £9.99 (75% off)
  • Dreams – £13.99 (60% off)
  • Persona 5 Royal – £19.99 (60% off)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Complete Collection – £7.39 (90% off)
  • Uno Ultimate Edition – £6.39 (60% off)
  • Valkyria Chronicles 4 Complete Edition – £13.99 (65% off)
  • God of War – £7.99 (50% off)
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition – £26.25 (25% off)
  • The Escapists 2: Game of the Year Edition – £5.99 (75% off)
  • Need for Speed Heat – £14.99 (75% off)
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered – £7.99 (80% off)
  • The Yakuza Remastered Collection – £20.99 (40% off)
  • Observation – £7.99 (60% off)
  • Fort Boyard – £4.99 (80% off)

There’s tons of other games, DLC and bundles on sale, so make sure to check out the discounts on your own time.

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  1. The reason that store page with all the deals isn’t working yet is because the seemingly random number in the URL you used is completely different to the actual completely random number.


    • I mean, it was the PS Blog that got their random numbers wrong first… Thanks, I’ve fixed it.

      • It’s a bit stupid that they’re using random numbers. There’s no logical reason for doing that. And clearly there’s an obvious flaw in doing it that way, because they can’t even get the number right themselves.

        But if that’s this week’s “Stupid Thing That Sony Did”, that’s probably a good thing. A broken link on their blog, or a firmware update that causes angry kittens to pour out of the back of your PS5? How they’d do that, I don’t know, but I’m sure they could find a way. The internet would be divided over it, between people who had the problem and people who claim “I never had any angry kittens, so it’s all lies!”

      • They’re called GUIDs – globally unique identifiers and are heavily used in a lot of systems and databases for uniquely identifying records.

      • Yes, it’s clearly something from their database. A weird thing to do in this case though.

        And it’s not something you should ever really be publicly exposing like that. For reasons that have been clearly demonstrated in this case. They either end up with the wrong number being used, or you get a stupidly long URL that gets truncated when it’s shared.

        Possibly it’s down to the PSN store being ancient and not really up to the job. Even after the recent-ish update to it where they removed features, it looks like they didn’t rebuild it, but just tarted it up a bit and hoped for the best.

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