- PlayStation’s Days of Play returns for another year with hefty discounts on games, subscriptions, and hardware.
- This year’s edition runs from June 3-17 in North America, and May 25 to June 8 in most other regions.
- Deals include big savings on blockbuster PlayStation titles, VR bundles, and PS Plus membership.
PlayStation has announced that Days of Play is back for another year with a raft of deals on some of the biggest games, subscriptions, and PS hardware.
Days of Play starts from June 3 in North America. | Source: Twitter
In a PlayStation Blog post sharing the news, VP of marketing Mary Yee explains:
We’re thrilled to announce that Days of Play is back again this year with awesome deals to celebrate the passionate PlayStation community around the globe, and to thank you for all the support.
PlayStation’s Days of Play Returns For Another Year
This year’s Days of Play kicks off Monday, May 25, and runs until June 8 for those in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and other regions. Those in North America have to wait a little longer as Days of Play won’t begin until June 3 but will run later until June 17.
Much like previous years, the heavy discounts will be available from select retailers in the respective regions running the promotion. The digital PlayStation Store will offer similar deals on ‘blockbuster games’ from June 3 until June 17 in all regions.
PlayStation’s savings bonanza is back for another year. | Source: PlayStation
The deals vary between regions but more or less resemble each other when it comes to the games benefiting from a price drop with a few variations. For example, North America PlayStation owners can look forward to Blood & Truth priced at just under $20, while those in the U.K. can pick up Death Stranding for under £25.
Discounted titles include Days Gone, Nioh 2, The Last of Us Remastered, Horizon Zero Dawn, and God of War. Check your respective region for the full spread of offers.
Big Saving on Subscriptions
Alongside, Days of Play includes 30% off a 12 month PS Plus subscription, which grants a selection of free games each month. Similarly, PlayStation’s streaming service PS Now will be available at cut prices. A 12-month membership is 30% off and you can get 20% off a three-month membership.
As for the PlayStation Store deals, these are still under wraps as of writing. PlayStation says it will reveal all in the days leading up to the start of Days of Play.
This article was edited by Sam Bourgi.