Good news gamers, PlayStation has currently got a massive sale on a great selection of first-party titles, including the likes of The Last of Us Part 1, Horizon Forbidden West, Ghost of Tsushima, and plenty more as well. This comes at a perfect time since PS5 consoles are now regularly available for the first time, so there will be plenty of us now looking to fill out our PlayStation backlog with even more amazing games.
This sale is available across multiple retailers in the US, including Amazon, Best Buy, and PS Store (with a few double discounts for PS Plus members), but we’ll leave all the relevant links to the sale just below as well. For now, fire up that PS5, here are all our favorite games that have received a generous discount in the new PlayStation February sale. For more deal updates, make sure to follow @IGNDeals on Twitter.
Amazing PS5 Game Sale Right Now
Two of the most notable entries in the sale will definitely be on The Last of Us Part 1, now down to $49.99, and Part 2 which is down to $9.99. HBO’s The Last of Us series continues to impress audiences, and you can read our Episode 6 review here.
Where to Buy a PS5 and Other Current-Gen Consoles
After years of almost nonstop scarcity, you can finally just go to Amazon and buy a PS5 or an Xbox Series X. No “request invitation” button. No inflated third-party pricing. You can just buy one. This day has been a long time coming.
Sony recently said the PS5 shortage is essentially over, and we’re finally seeing that bear out. Right now, you can order all of the latest game consoles at one retailer or another, and they will ship almost immediately. It’s about time.
Deal Alert: Patriot Viper 2TB PS5 SSD for Just $149.99
If you’re buying a bunch of new PS5 games, you might want to consider expanding your console storage so you can install them all without any issues. Amazon is offering the Patriot Viper VP4300 2TB M.2 2280 SSD, which is compatible with the PS5 console, for only $149.99. This makes it definitely the lowest price we’ve seen for a brand name 2TB PS5 SSD, especially since this one even includes a slim aluminum heatsink.
Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.