PlayStation Store’s ‘Games under €10’ discounts start today

Pick up massive savings on Battlefield 4, Tomb Raider, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, more

Utilise tactics and team play in intense close quarter confrontations with this week’s PlayStation Store Deal of the Week, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.


We have the full game and the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Pass available on offer for PlayStation 4 until 23rd November, so head to PlayStation Store and grab a great deal!

Games under €10 (until 01/12/17)


We have our Games Under €10* promotion starting today with a host of awesome PS4 titles available for… under €10!

Battlefield 4, Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition, Metal Gear Solid V, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition and plenty more on offer**.

Head to PlayStation Store for regional pricing, but here’s a look at the complete list on offer!

*Or regional equivalent

**Please note, some titles may not be available in your region and offer dates may vary for certain titles

Overwatch offer (until 22/11/17)

Not only that, but in conjunction with the free trail weekend this weekend*, for one week we have the awesome Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition available on offer.

Bend time, defy physics and unleash a dizzying array of extraordinary powers and weapons in a rapid-fire team-based shooter on PS4. Save, download and play with PlayStation Store!

*Beginning 17th November at 7.00pm GMT/8.00pm CET and ending 21st November 8.00am GMT/9.00am CET.

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Your deals for under 10 are all full price when does it start?

They all look great, but I think I’ll pass this time and wait for the Black Friday sales!! Can’t wait to see the list!! ?

269 czech koruna is not below 10 Euros, is that false advertising? I am half joking.

Carnivius_Prime 15 November, 2017 @ 06:51

doh, still none of the indie games i’ve been waiting for to go cheaper.

Is it me or have I seen BF4 and many more games on sale like 2 weeks ago? Not to mention BF titles were on PS3 sale last week or something. Not sure, because PS3/Vita deals didn’t worked properly on website and consoles(some titles didn’t showed up).

What’s going on with the PS Store at the moment, it’s really glitchy and has even added numerous games to my shopping basket that weren’t in there before. It also says I can’t remove them at this time?? Also, the sections at the top for ‘Games’ ‘Videos’ etc have disappeared.


Hey Tom, I’ll pass this on to the Store team so they’re aware of the issues. If you keep having problems, our support team can help:!/

MitchSwordsman 15 November, 2017 @ 13:59

I’m waiting since january for a discount on Night in the Woods… nothing this week also :(

Yep, something bad is going on after Halloween deals with the store on web and consoles.


What a rubbish sale. No PS3/Vita games on sale or DLC… Just a load of ex PS plus and future PS plus games.


As an avid Vita player I am deeply troubled by the fact that Sony is ignoring the system. I believe that is the one of the main reasons it is not as successful. For a long time there has not been a good PSV game on PS+, sales seem to be omitting it too often, concentrating on PS4 only. And there is plenty of awesome games for PSV and I have JP games in mind. Sure, they don’t suit everyone’s tastes, but that’s fine and just the world works. There are people who don’t like Mario or Pokemon and Nintendo is very successful currently. Instead, Sony’s marketing for PSV does not concentrate on what it does best, instead of pushing tons of indie games.


A: Vita is dead after 6 years with mostly poor support.

B: Sony indicated it has no intention of replacing it with another handheld.

Clearly Sony can’t handle a games console and a handheld system at the same time.

I would appreciate a ps4/ps3 game sale


Waiting for another Big in Japan sale…


You’re going to be waiting for another 7/8ish months then.

Why can’t there be a sale like this in the US??? Ugh I want bf4 so bad!


At least you guys have flash sales with titles around 80-90% cheaper than here in EU… not to mention a lot of titles doesn’t go below specific % of their original price. If you want to know why… it’s thanks to European regulations, taxes…

All these games have PS Plus written all over them at some point in time.

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