North America’s PlayStation Store Days of Play Sales Revealed; Horizon: Zero Dawn, Mass Effect, Prey, and More

Save on Horizon: Zero Dawn, Nioh, Prey, Mass Effect: Andromeda, The Last Guardian, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Yooka-Laylee, Yakuza 0, Final Fantasy XV, and more in the first wave of North America's PlayStation Store Days of Play Sale.

on June 9, 2017 11:54 AM

Today, the first wave of North American PlayStation Store sales that are a part of PlayStation Store’s Days of Play promotion have gone live, featuring big discounts on many recent and prominent releases.

The promotion seems to be exclusive to PS4, showing no love for Sony’s other platforms: PS Vita, PS3, or PS VR.

The following PS4 games, not including special editions and season passes, are being offered:

Mass Effect Andromeda – $29.99

Uncharted 4 – $19.99

Watchdogs 2 – $25.19

The Last Guardian – $26.39

Final Fantasy XV – $29.99

Yakuza 0 – $47.99

Horizon Zero Dawn – $39.59

Prey – $39.5

Nioh – $39.59

Battlefield 1 – $23.99

Yooka Laylee – $29.99

MLB The Show 17 – $39.59

In addition to the following games, a 12 Month PS+ Membership is being offered for $49.99 USD, saving you $10 on its usual price of $59.99.

While it’s no surprise that first-party published games like Horizon: Zero Dawn, NiOh, The Last Guardian, Uncharted 4, and MLB The Show 17 are included, some other game’s inclusions are a bit surprising, and perhaps telling depending on how you want to look into it. Games such as Prey for example literally only released like a month ago, meanwhile big releases like Mass Effect: Andromeda already being discounted 50% is interesting (and again perhaps telling how it has performed so far).

Days of Play will continue with various different sales through June 17th, including the launch of the Gold PS4 (and Silver if you’re in Europe). Let us know in the comments below what you plan on picking it up.

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