PlayStation: January sales are already kicking off with lots of discounts

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PlayStation seems to have gotten the calendar wrong: neither Christmas nor New Year’s are over, but you’re still ringing in store the January offers and lowers the price of many games.

Of course, gamers don’t care about the date inconsistency: Instead, they are happy about the more than 3,000 reduced games in the digital shop, which include everything from full-price blockbusters to inexpensive indie gems. So that you don’t panic about the January offers in view of the Christmas stress, we have put together an overview with some highlights.

PlayStation: Big and small highlights in the January offers

As always, the reduced games are selected from all price categories and genres. Whether you’re looking for light-hearted indie entertainment like the cat adventure Stray, or after all the praise you’re looking to finally dive into Elden Ring’s in-between land, the January Sale will lure your wallet with an arsenal of diverse temptations.

  • Elden Ring – 48.99 euros (30% savings)
  • Stray – €23.99 (20% savings)
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – 17.99 euros (40% savings)
  • Gotham Knights – 37.49 euros (50% savings)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales – $29.99
  • The Last of Us Part 2 – 9.99 euros (75% savings)
  • Deathloop – 23.09 euros (67% savings)
  • Sonic Frontiers – 41.99 euros (30% savings)
  • It Takes Two – 15.99 euros (60% savings)
  • Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – €29.99 (50% savings)
  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – €23.09 (67% savings)
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – 34.99 euros (50% savings)
  • Dark Souls 3 – €24.99 (50% savings)
  • Hades – 16.74 euros (33% savings)
  • Resident Evil Village – 19.99 euros (50% savings)
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition – $8.99 (85% savings)
  • Cuphead – $13.99 (30% savings)
  • Cult of the Lamb – 19.99 euros (20% savings)
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If you prefer physical packaging for your own shelf, you should also take a look at the offers on Amazon. There you can save money on selected games for the PlayStation 4 and 5, especially first-party titles are currently only half as expensive. And the shipping giant also dropped the prices a little for the Nintendo Switch games just before Christmas.