The PlayStation Store Black Friday Sale 2021 is here and there are bunch of games you should consider buying especially with their PSN discounts.

BF is an annual event and it’s something you should always take advantage of because of its massive price slashes. If you play on console but also computer, the good news is that you have the Epic Games store and Steam discounts to anticipate soon.

But, if you’re simply a Sony loyalist, the good news is that you have a bevy of fantastic offers available.

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When does the PSN Store Black Friday 2021 sale end?

The start date for the PlayStation Store Black Friday Sale 2021 is November 19th and it is set to end on November 30th at 00:00 GMT.

This means you only have less than two weeks to fill your shopping basket with discounted gems and juggernauts. When it ends, there will be further bargain opportunities such as in December for Christmas.

But, if you’re a fan of AAA titles, then now is the perfect time to spend your savings.

The best PlayStation Store Black Friday games

Our best PSN Store Black Friday Sale 2021 games that you should buy are as follows:

8. PS Plus 12-month subscription – £33.32 (33% off)

This isn’t a game but it’s something you should definitely buy right now. A PS Plus 12-month subscription usually costs £49.99, so take advantage of the discount while it’s available.

It will let you play online for another year, but it will also give you a bunch of free titles through the monthly offerings. And who knows, Santa Sony could give us three amazing presents in December.

7. Dark Pictures Anthology Triple Pack – £33.49 – 33% off

The Dark Pictures Anthology Triple Pack is a must-buy if you haven’t purchased either Man of Medan, Little Hope, or the recent House of Ashes. It gives you all three titles in one and each of them are a blast to play especially if you love horror movies.

They’re also some of the most enjoyable narratives when played with others either online or especially in the same room. This is because you can rejoice and laugh over the deaths of characters or you can gasp in shock and horror at their brutal demises.

6. Sackboy A Big Adventure – £34.19 – 43% off

Sackboy A Big Adventure is a must if you’re lucky enough to own a PlayStation 5 as it uses the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback more than any other next-gen title that isn’t Astro’s Playroom.

You may think it’s just for kids and that it’s not up your ally, but – if you enjoy platformers at all – you should definitely get it while its price is slashed. All of its levels are quirky and cute, it comes with dozens of costumes to collect, and it also has multiplayer for you to enjoy.

5. Lost Judgement – £34.99 – 30% off

Lost Judgement only came out in September and it’s a brilliant detective game with Yakuza gameplay. This means it comes with a sandbox for you to explore full of numerous side activities for you to enjoy as you take a break from the main narrative.

Some of these mini-games include golf, darts, and boxing, but there’s also an arcade full of lite titles. While the mini-games are always fun, Lost Judgement also has a gripping narrative that will have you committed to seeing the end.

4. It Takes Two – £21.69 – 38% off

It Takes Two is the perfect title if you’re a fan of co-op games. The couples therapy story comes from the developers of A Way Out and it’s just as innovative as the prison escape experience was back in 2018.

Who you play it with is a conundrum as it is the perfect date game in some ways while it isn’t in many more ways. However, if you can find someone to play it with, then you have a fun time ahead of you so long as you aren’t at each other’s neck already.

3. Deathloop – £29.99 – 50% off

Deathloop is leading the Game Awards 2021 nominees and it’s easy to see why. Colt and Julianna have enjoyable banter, the gameplay loop is always fun and satisfying, and it has an intriguing story that gets better the more you delve past its superficial surface into its lore.

It’s not the perfect 10/10 experience as its AI isn’t the smartest and it holds your hand way too much. But, with that said, it’s still one of the best titles of the year and it is only £30 despite just coming out in September.

2. Yakuza Like A Dragon – £27.49 – 50% off

While Deathloop is one of the best titles of 2021, Yakuza Like A Dragon remains one of the best games since its release in January 2020. Everyone was sceptical at first but somehow Yakuza and turn-based combat is a mismatch made in heaven.

It’s even more bonkers and extreme than past Yazuka games, and this means it comes with even more ridiculously whacky and fun side activities for you to play over and over again. But it’s the turn-based combat and party characters that make this arguably the best Yakazua instalment ever.

1. Guardians of the Galaxy – £35.99 – 35% off

You need to buy Guardians of the Galaxy as it’s so good. Forget all about Marvel’s Avengers as Guardians is nothing like it. And it’s annoying to hear that so many people have skipped it because they think it’s Avengers but with Peter Quill and co.

Guardians of the Galaxy is my game of the year as it has a brilliant story, every character is lovable, and the gameplay is thrilling. It also has a kickass soundtrack that isn’t ruined by Rick Astley and terrible songs like Be Happy because it also has Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, and every gym-goer’s go-to song, Holding Out For A Hero by Bonnie Tyler.

It’s on par with the Batman Arkham games and Insomniac’s Spider-Man, and it’s even better in some areas. Not enough people have played it, but you will not regret your buy if you love single-play stories with excellent characters.

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