PS4 owners can take advantage of an unmissable PS Plus deal on the PlayStation Store.
A week after going live at retail, Sony’s Days of Play deals have now hit the PlayStation Store.
While the Days of Play PSN game sale isn’t as big as expected, Sony does have an unmissable PlayStation Plus deal.
Representing a saving of 30%, 12 month PS Plus subscriptions are reduced to just £34.99 on the PlayStation Store. That’s even cheaper than the old membership cost of £39.99.
The PSN Days of Play sale runs from June 3 until June 19, so there’s plenty of time to take advantage of this amazing discount.
A PlayStation Plus subscription lets PS4 users play multiplayer games online with friends.
You’ll also benefit from 100GB of cloud storage for your PS4 game saves, not to mention exclusive discounts on the PlayStation Store.
But arguably best of all are the free PS4 games available to subscribers every month. Past games have included heavyweight hits such as Uncharted 4, Bloodborne and Destiny 2.
Sadly, the Days of Play sale doesn’t include shorter subscription periods, although you can still find some good discounts online.
At the time of writing, CD Keys is selling 3 month PlayStation Plus subscriptions for just £16.99.
After purchasing the subscription, CDKeys will send you a confirmation email with a download link.
After verifying your phone number, you will be sent a pin, which can then be used to access your code.
It’s a good way of trialling the service without signing up for an entire year.
If you take advantage of one of these PS Plus membership deals today, you can download Call of Duty WW2 and Star Wars Battlefront 2 for free.
“Call of Duty returns to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII – a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation,” reads the official description.
“Experience classic Call of Duty combat, the bonds of camaraderie and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into tyranny.”
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is another online shooter, although unlike its predecessor, it also contains a single-player campaign.