The PlayStation Store Black Friday sale is now live, and it’s discounting loads of the best PS5 games. The digital storefront offers dozens of sales events throughout the year, but this collection of Black Friday deals is easily the biggest and best of the lot.
There are so many worthwhile deals in this PlayStation Store sale that it’s a little hard to know where to begin. There is serious money-off major PlayStation exclusives like God of War Ragnarök and Horizon Forbidden West as well as discounts on some of the year’s most popular titles including Resident Evil 4, Assassin’s Creed: Mirage and Hogwarts Legacy. Plus, my personal GOTY, Lies of P, has got its first-ever discount.
In total, there are more than 1,000 deals, and with so much choice, you might find picking out the must-play titles a little tricky. That’s why I’m rounding up my favorite deals in the PlayStation Store Black Friday sale down below, these are the deals you shouldn’t miss.
Best PS5 games in PlayStation Store's Black Friday sale
God of War Ragnarök: was $69 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
The sequel to one of the most acclaimed PlayStation games of all time, God of War Ragnarök sees father and son duo Kratos and Atreus embark on another epic journey as they travel across all Nine Realms of Norse mythology. Enjoy visceral combat against a multitude of foes, as well as rewarding exploration and a highly cinematic story that culminates in a stunning finale.
The Last of Us Part 1: was $69 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
The Last of Us Part 1 on PS5 is a stunning remake of one of the most celebrated PlayStation games of all time. Taking full advantage of Sony's next-gen hardware it offers improved visuals, performance and gameplay. Experience Joel and Ellie's original cross-country journey like you never have before. The perfect follow-up if you watched The Last of Us HBO show earlier this year.
Horizon Forbidden West (Complete Edition): was $59 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
Bundling together the Horizon Foribben West bas game and its DLC expansion The Burning Shores, this Complete Edition is the best way to experience Aloy's latest adventures on a deadly new frontier. Discover a cinematic story set in a stunning open world. And don't worry there are plenty of new robotic creatures to hunt.
Hogwarts Legacy: was $69 now $41 @ PlayStation Store
Step into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Hogwarts Legacy. This open-world RPG lets you attend the iconic school of witchcraft and wizardry where you'll learn spells, brew potions, and tame magical beasts. You'll also have to battle dark wizards, scheming goblins and monstrous spiders, before deciding the fate of the entire wizarding world.
Resident Evil 4: was $59 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
One of the most acclaimed and influential games of all time, Resident Evil 4 has been reborn in this full-scale remake. You play Leon S. Kennedy on a mission to rescue the President's kidnapped daughter in a spooky European village overrun with gruesome enemies. Featuring modernized gameplay and overhauled visuals, this is Resident Evil 4 as you've never seen it before.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor: was $69 now $41 @ PlayStation Store
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is arguably the best Star Wars media in years. Playing once again as Jedi in hiding Cal Kestis on the run from Sith inquisitors, this galaxy-spanning third-person action-adventure game combines satisfying lightsaber combat with rewarding exploration and also packs a highly cinematic story that will thrill Star Wars fans both new and old.
Mortal Kombat 1: was $69 now $48 @ PlayStation Store
Pitched as a semi-reboot of the Mortal Kombat timeline, this new spin on the popular fighting series includes new and familiar faces and all the brutal fatalities you'd expect from Mortal Kombat. It offers thrilling online play paired with a richly cinematic single-player campaign that reshapes the Mortal Kombat universe. This is also the ideal starting point for newcomers to the MK series.
Lies of P: was $59 now $47 @ PlayStation Store
Inspired by games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne, Lies of P is a new entry in the Soulslike genre that challenges players to explore its nightmarish world and vanquish horrifying enemies. Master fast-paced combat, and craft your perfect loadout, as you delve deeper into the sinister world of Krat as a powerful puppet come to life. Just don't expect to overcome the game's many brutal bosses without a few defeats along the way
Assassin's Creed Mirage: was $49 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
Pitched as a return to the franchise's roots, Assassin's Creed Mirage ditches the RPG bloat of the most recent AC games in the form of a smaller, more focused experience. You play Basim, a petty thief turned master assassin in 9th-century Baghdad. With a vibrant city to explore and a list of targets to eliminate, Assassin's Creed Mirage is exactly what the series needed in 2023.
Final Fantasy XVI: was $69 now $41 @ PlayStation Store
The Final Fantasy franchise has never been scared to reinvent itself, and this 16th mainline entry is one of the most radical departures to date. Packing real-time combat, and a focus on epic-scale boss battles, Final Fantasy XVI is a highly cinematic experience. Plus, it packs a dark medieval setting and a grown-up story that casts you as a fallen prince on a mission of redemption.
The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Complete Edition: was $49 now $14 @ PlayStation Store
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a game that needs no introduction. Often cited as one of the best RPGs ever made, it's now been enhanced for the PS5. This Complete Edition includes the full base game as well as the game's two substantial expansions, Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. For just $14, you're getting hundreds of hours of content in a single package.
Dead Space: was $69 now $34 @ PlayStation Store
Step back into the space boots of Isaac Clarke in this remake of the legendary sci-fi survival horror, Dead Space. The USG Ishimura has been overrun with nightmarish enemies, and it's your job to discover the source of the outbreak while trying to keep your sanity in check. You'll need to conserve your resources by strategically dismembering enemies.
Cyberpunk 2077: was $49 now $29 @ PlayStation Store
Yes, Cyberpunk 2077 was a train wreck at launch. But developer CD Projekt Red has spent the last three years getting the open-world RPG into shape, and it's now a hugely compelling experience almost on par with the dev's beloved Witcher franchise. Here you create your character and step into Night City to make your mark on the world, and become a legend — or die trying. The Phantom Liberty DLC bundle is also on sale for $56.
Diablo 4: was $69 now $41 @ PlayStation Store
The latest entry in the beloved dungeon-crawling looter is the biggest Diablo game to date. In Diablo 4 you can take on the forces of Hell by yourself or in co-op and craft a unique character who fits your playstyle. The fourth entry in the popular franchise also offers the most expansive End Game in series history. If you're looking for a game that you can play on a loop for months on end then Diablo 4 is exactly what you need.
Street Fighter 6: was $59 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
The latest entry in the beloved Street Fighter franchise offers a "classic experience built for a modern era" which in simple terms means that Street Fighter 6 combines the series' trademark polished fighting gameplay with a vibrant art style and a suite of modes that allow you to play how you. It's the most accessible Street Fighter to date, but it's also deep enough for fighting game veterans to sink their teeth into for hours.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: was $69 now $15 @ PlayStation Store
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade packages together the base Final Fantasy 7 Remake game with a brand new DLC chapter, Intergrade. Here you play as side-character Yuffie in a story that leads into the upcoming sequel. As for the base game, it's a remarkable remake of a true gaming classic and looks stunning on PS5. And now is the perfect time to play ahead of Remake's sequel Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth set to release in February 2024.
Madden NFL 24: was $69 now $34 @ PlayStation Store
The latest entry in EA Sports' long-running football brings with it a host of fan-requested additions. Madden NFL 24 is the most comprehensive digital recreation of the sport to date offering increased control and realism as well as a suite of new modes. Lead your team to victory and compete with the world online.
LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga: was $59 now $17 @ PlayStation Store
The whole galaxy is yours to explore in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Experience your favorite moments from across all nine Star Wars chapters in adorable LEGO brick form, and unlock more than 300 playable characters. This is also an excellent pick for co-op play sessions and is especially well-suited for younger players taking their first steps into the world of gaming.
The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Special Edition: was $39 now $7 @ PlayStation Store
Yes, it's another port of Skyrim, but this legendary RPG has never played better on a console than it does on PS5. Experience improved performance and visuals, and new Creation Club content in this Special Edition. Plus, with the full base game and its three DLC expansions, you're getting hundreds of hours of play all for just $7.
Gran Turismo 7: was $69 now $39 @ PlayStation Store
PlayStation's best-selling driving simulation series takes realism to a whole new level in this seventh mainline installment. The power of the PS5 is fully utilized by Gran Turismo 7 to bring players an authentic driving experience that is practically unparalleled. Plus, the game now packs full PSVR 2 support via a free in-game update.
Marvel's Midnight Suns (Enhanced Edition): was $69 now $20 @ PlayStation Store
Marvel's Midnight Suns is one of the most overlooked games on PS5. It brings together a roster of iconic Marvel superheroes to battle the demonic Lilith via strategic turn-based battle. But when you're not engaged in combat you can build your relationships back at home base which in turn makes your heroes stronger. This Enhanced Edition includes five additional cosmetic skins.
Lords of the Fallen: was $69 now $48 @ PlayStation Store
Venture through the land of the living and the dead in Lords of the Fallen, a new epic RPG set in a vast world. Inspired by the likes of Dark Souls, you play a fully customizable character as you battle brutal foes and discover a plethora of secrets. If you're finding the going a little too tough remember you can summon a co-op partner to make your journey a little bit less lonely.
Riders Republic: was $59 now $9 @ PlayStation Store
Riders Republic offers a massive extreme sports playground that you can explore on a bike, skis, snowboard, wingsuit or even a rocket-powered glider. With dozens of events to complete, and tons of secrets to unearth across its large-scale map, you'll likely still be playing Riders Republic by the time the next PlayStation Store Spring Sale rolls around.
GTA 5: was $39 now $19 @ PlayStation Store
You've probably already bought multiple copies of GTA V at this point, but that won't stop you buying it for PS5 as well. Rockstar's open-world crime juggernaut has never looked better than it does on PS5, and the faster loading times are game-changer (if you know, you know). You can also transfer a previous GTA Online character to this version so you won't lose all your progression.
NBA 2K24 (Kobe Bryant Edition): was $69 now $34 @ PlayStation Store
Take to the court in the most authentic basketball simulator around, NBA 2K24 is the latest iteration of the popular franchise and it looks and plays better than ever. This year's entry in the long-running series is all about the Black Mamba himself, Kobe Bryant, and a new mode gives you he chance to recreate some of his most legendary moments on his rise to sporting stardom.
Resident Evil Raccoon City Edition: was $59 now $14 @ PlayStation Store
Bundling together the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, this is a dream collection for horror fans. These two remakes are some of the best survival-horror titles on current hardware, and Resident Evil 2 especially is arguably one of the best remakes ever made. These games originally launched on PS4 but have been given a visual and performance enhancement for the PS5.
Sonic Superstars (Deluxe Edition): was $69 now $48 @ PlayStation Store
Travel to the Northstar Islands and take all-new levels in the classic 2D Sonic style. Play as the blue blur alongside his friends Tails, Knuckles and Amy Rose. Harness new Emerald powers to big-bag guys and complete platforming challenges in exciting new ways. A new spin on the beloved Sonic formula, Superstars is designed for returning players and newcomers alike. This Deluxe Edition includes various extra content packs.
Sifu: was $39 now $15 @ PlayStation Store
Unleash your inner John Wick in Sifu. This intense beat 'em up casts you as a young Kung Fu student on a quest for revenge against those who wronged you. But each time you fall, you will age, and with that comes serious consequences. Be warned this is a brutally challenging game but when you nail a string of perfect attacks, it offers a feeling that few games on PS5 can match.
The Crew Motorfest: was $69 now $41 @ PlayStation Store
Travel to the breathtaking island of O'ahu, Hawaii in The Crew Motorfest, an open-world racing game that lets you speed across city streets, volcanic slopes and dense grassland. Collect a garage of iconic cars from American muscle to Japanese-style street racers. The Crew Motorfest is a petrolhead paradise and can be fully enjoyed either online or in multiplayer with friends.
Deathloop: was $59 now $11 @ PlayStation Store
Deathloop casts you as a wisecracking mercenary on a mission to break free from a never-ending day. In order to break the loop you'll need to eliminate a group of high-powered targets before the day can reset, but your task is complicated by the rival assassin that is simultaneously hunting you down. Winner of the Tom's Guide GOTY in 2021, Deathloop is one of the finest games on PS5 to this day.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Ragnarök Edition: was $99 now $24 @ PlayStation Store
Bundling together the full Assassin's Creed Valhalla base game and its meaty expansion, Dawn of Ragnarök, this package is a whole lot of game for a cheap price. You play as Viking warrior Eivor, on a quest to claim England as your own. You'll raid settlements, search for hidden treasures and earn your place among in the gods in Valhalla. While in the Dawn of Ragnarök expansion, you'll gain divine powers and explore a dream world.
It Takes Two: was $39 now $11 @ PlayStation Store
It Takes Two is a zany co-op adventure game where you must work together with your partner to complete puzzled and traverse creative platforming sections. The story is a little grating, but the innovative and joyful level design is a constant delight. Even better, you can invite a friend to play through the entire game for free. There's no need for you both to purchase a copy.
Planet Coaster (Deluxe Edition): was $59 now $23 @ PlayStation Store
Let your imagination run wild in Planet Coaster. This theme park management sim lets you design your own parks, as well as create intricate coasters that will delight and thrill your guests. If you want a more structured experience there is also a full single-player campaign, or venture over to the sandbox mode to create without restrictions. The Deluxe Edition includes two additional DLC packs with new rides, coasters and themed items.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human: was $59 now $29 @ PlayStation Store
Dying Light 2 offers a vast open-world full of distractions, not to mention its map is crawling with the undead as well as hostile humans. Traverse the city using parkour abilities and slay zombies with brutal first-person combat. You'll likely come for the pulpy action initially but stay for the surprisingly effective story with a choice-driven narrative.