Best PS5/PS4 Deals at the PlayStation Store's July Sale – GameRant

The PlayStation Store is currently holding its July Deals sale, offering players up to 70% off on hundreds of games for the PS4 and PS5.
One of the many advantages of going the all-digital approach when purchasing a video game is the consistent sales and deals digital storefronts offer. A few days ago, Sony launched the PlayStation Store's July Deals sale, offering players hundreds of PS5 and PS4 games for up to 70% off.
The PlayStation Store's July Deals sale will be available until July 20, 2022, giving players plenty of time to browse through all the deals. While most games on offer are DLC expansions, players wouldn't be disappointed as a handful of triple-A titles are available for half their total price.
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Headlining the PlayStation Store's July Deals is Resident Evil Village, the latest installment in the longtime survival horror franchise. Originally, Resident Evil Village was available for its full price of $59.99, but Sony offers 50% off, allowing players to grab it for $29.99. It is worth remembering that just a few weeks ago, Capcom unveiled the highly-anticipated DLC for Resident Evil Village called Shadows of Rose. While the DLC will be a separate purchase once it becomes available, players would need to have the base game installed on their consoles to access it.
Apart from Resident Evil Village, the PlayStation Store also offers other games in the franchise, such as the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3, available for $15.99 each, Resident Evil 7 for $9.99, and a bundle that combines Resident Evil Village and 7 for $51.99.
Next up is Deathloop, which was initially released for the PS5 last September. For the uninitiated, Deathloop is Arkane Studios' time-bending first-person action game that lets players take control of Colt, an assassin who finds himself trapped in a time loop. Since its release, Deathloop has earned several accolades, such as Best Game Direction and Best Art Direction at The Game Awards. The PlayStation Store is offering Deathloop for $23.99 or 60% off its original price of $59.99.
While Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is already considered an old game, it still has so much to offer, especially to PS5 players, since the game has received updates to enhance the gameplay experience. For July, the PlayStation Store offers Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for $14.99 or 70% off its original price of $49.99. In addition, it is worth noting that the PlayStation Store is offering the Deluxe Edition of the game for this sale, granting players access to a cosmetic skin for BD-1 and the Stinger Mantis, a digital art book, and the director's cut behind-the-scenes videos showcasing how Fallen Order came into existence.
Another noteworthy game players can pick up at the PlayStation Store's July Deals sale is Life is Strange: True Colors. Released in September 2021, Life is Strange: True Colors is a graphic adventure video game revolving around the story of Alex Chen, who can feel the emotions of people around her. Players would guide Alex as she tries to unravel the mystery behind a tragedy in her life. Players can pick up Life is Strange: True Colors for $29.99 or 50% off its original price of $59.99.
Given the sheer number of games available at the PlayStation Store's July Deals sale, there are deals available for just about anyone, including fans of Sonic the Hedgehog. Players can pick up The Ultimate Sonic Bundle for $41.99 or 30% off its current price of $59.99. It is worth noting that The Ultimate Sonic Bundle packages three sonic games into one: Sonic Mania, Sonic Forces, and Team Sonic Racing.
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Ramon is a writer for GameRant and an avid gamer since the era of the original PlayStation. Ramon has been captivated with video games and the way it serves as an escape from real life. His love for gaming transcends genres as he enjoys playing Stardew Valley as much as Resident Evil. When not attached to a controller, you can find him hammering away at a keyboard in hopes of sharing his voice with the gaming community. Ramon also likes to live his best life by watching funny videos on YouTube. You can follow him on Twitter @ramonhara.

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