Sony is expanding the current PSN sale and putting the offer of the week online. Over the next few days, the publisher will focus on a PS4 game. This time, the deal of the week includes the co-op adventure A Way Out. The full version is available for 7.49 euros – a 75 percent discount. The deal is online until September 3rd. Just yesterday, Sony started a large PSN sale with more than 600 game offers.
Sony complements the current PSN sale – and expands the deals with the offer of the week. The deal this time is A Way Out for PS4. The co-op adventure is currently available for 7.49 euros – a 75 percent discount. Members of the EA Play subscription service receive an additional 25 percent discount. The current deal is online until September 3rd. So you have a week to grab the offer. You can read in our that the purchase is worthwhile Test to A Way Out.
A pure co-op title is waiting for you, which is best experienced together with another player on the couch. A Way Out comes with a clever split-screen concept and cool changes of perspective. In addition, there is mostly good staging, interesting co-op mechanisms, varied locations and successful camera work. Points are deducted for some tough sections and long dialogues, stupid shooting parts and an uncharismatic hero duo. In addition, A Way Out is extremely easy to play.
The current A Way Out deal can be found in the PlayStation Store. Yesterday we already reported on the Start of a new sales. Since then you have discovered more than 600 offers on PSN. The deal includes Aven Colony, Sniper Elite 3, MediEvil, Patapon Remastered, Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove and The Forest. PS Plus membership is also cheaper: You can currently get the annual subscription for 44.99 euros – a 25 percent discount.
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