Sony has just dropped the prices on a number of titles from the game developers Square Enix and Bethesda as part of its ongoing feature of Weekly Deals. Discounts on games by Square Enix are up to 75% on much loved titles such as Tomb Raider, Just Cause 2 and Hitman.
Bethesda games have also received huge discounts of up to 50% on Fallout 4 and Doom, and some savings offered on Elder Scrolls Online, and its in game currency.
Downloadable content also features heavily in the special offers, with a number of Fallout related items receiving savings of 33% including the final update for Fallout 4, “Nuka-World.”
These offers are only available in North America, with the sale running for one week, ending on the 25th October. This may go some way to appeasing PlayStation Plus subscribers, who have seen a recent price increase to 12 and 3 month membership.
Other weekly deals on offer include savings on Avatars and Themes ranging from Power Rangers to Star Trek. Classic titles from Loot such as Q*bert and Fluster Cluck also see discounts, although they may prove to be less popular than the main focus of specials on Bethesda and Square Enix.