European and US PlayStation Stores are offering some great Christmas deals at the moment. If you're looking to buy digital presents for friends and family or simply get yourself some new games you should take a look at Sony's catalogue.
European PlayStation Store is hosting the last round of big Christmas sale which will last until Monday 17 December 2018. The sale gives players the chance to pick one of the heavy hitters at discounted prices. It's also a great opportunity to get some digital Christmas presents for your friends and family.
Since there's a lot of titles on sale at the moment, we've picked some newer games as well as those with the biggest discounts so if you're undecided stick with us and you may find something that suits you.
There's no better place to spend your Christmas than New York, right? That's why Marvel's Spiderman is first on our list. It's a great game and if you're yet to play it now is the perfect time to grab it for just £29.99 which is 45 per cent off from the standard price. You can also get all post-launch story content from The City that Never Sleeps DLC which comes with Spiderman Deluxe Edition for £29.99.
If Spyro the Dragon was your favourite thing back in the day, Sony is offering you the chance to revisit those memories with Spyro Reignited Trilogy which is available at 20 per cent lower price - £27.99.
For those who would rather go somewhere sunny and forget about the snow and winter temperatures, Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a perfect solution at 45 per cent discount which drops down the regular price to £29.99. Deluxe Edition of the game is also on sale and it includes epic weapons, armour and mounts as well as some XP boosts. It yours for £44.99.
Bethesda's Fallout 76 didn't have the best launch to be honest and the developer is working hard to deliver the best possible experience, but it may be worth trying for £29.99 which is 50 per cent off from the original price and that's a pretty crazy offer for a game that released just a month ago. It may say something about the sale numbers and state of the game though.