PlayStation Plus is already one of the best values on the video game scene. The amount of free content you gets for the annual $49.99 more than justifies a purchase, but this Black Friday will leave doubters with no more excuses.
Black Friday will see the drop of PlayStation Plus to $29.99 for the one year entry fee. This will land you countless games in the Instant Game Collection, cloud space to store save game data on, and discounts on a wide selection of other hits. PlayStation 4 owners also will need it to play online.
I knew I had put off resubscribing for a reason, and I can still nab Binary Domain for free too. From the wording though, it sounds like the offer is only available at retail stores, so maybe I won’t be able to scoop one up physically while stuck out here in Japan. Ugh…
Sony has also announced the contents of the PS3 Black Friday Bundle, and it does NOT have a pre-order bonus for Metal Gear Solid V despite South Park‘s claims. Instead, the 250GB model will be packed with Batman: Arkham Origins and The Last of Us or $199, bringing savings of $165.
Not a bad deal, I think.
The PS Vita will be discounted at retailers around the country, and both The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls will be discounted to $39.99 each.
Any takers on Sony this Black Friday?