EU PlayStation Store Deals Include God of War Franchise and WW2K15 This Week [Updated]

This week European PlayStation players will be able to get their hands on some great games at some great prices, thanks to the weekly deals offered by the latest PlayStation Store update.

So what will you be able to spend your hard earned cash on? Well, there’s the God of War series which is just begging to be played with some fairly heavy reductions with up to 50% off titles including God of War: Ascension, which is available for just £7.99 with a further 10% off for PS plus memebers. Not too bad, eh?

There’s also the God of War Collection for the PS3 along with God of War: Ghosts of Sparta and the excellent God of War: Chains of Olympus. There are a few more too, so check them out on the PSN here.

This week’s featured deal of the week is WW2K15 which offers 45% off the store price, though at the time of writing the web store is throwing up a ‘page not found’ error.

The PlayStation store is in the process of updating as we speak, so expect a few more goodies to be added later on in the day once the update is finished.

Though if you’re still seeing last weeks deals on the PSN, grab them before they’re gone! Last week we saw the Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for the PS4 at a criminally low price, so take a slow store update as a blessing in disguise if this one slipped your mind.

[Update] The PlayStation Store has finally finished updating itself and a few new goodies have been added to the list of special offers.

Rugby 15 takes a price dive down to £16.50, Worms Battlegrounds brings wormy genocide at a very reasonable £5.99 while EA Sports UFC goes for the knockout with a fair price of £16.50.

The best deal so far, at least in terms of money/content has got to be Metro Redux collection for £14.99. Yes, for less than fifteen quid you can enjoy both Metro titles on PS4 in their superior form, nothing to sniff it. However, if you don’t want both and only want one or the other, they are available individually for less than a tenner a piece, but the real value is in the double pack.

Now go forth, ignore the screaming coming from your digital wallet and get yourself some treats.

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