The PlayStation 5 is here, but it’s still almost impossible to get your hands on one since it launched. Instead, people are still grabbing the discontinued PlayStation 4 wherever they can. That means that stocks of consoles are still low and deals are thin on the ground. We usually use this page to bring you the best PS4 deals available at the time, but on the consoles, it’s more a case of signposting you to where they’re still in stock at retail price or close. We did manage to find some nice savings on games and accessories though.
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Check out the best PS4 console, game, and accessory deals from around the web below. If you were lucky enough to get your hands on the PS5 then the game deals may still interest you, especially those which offer a next-generation upgrade.
Featured deal: Get $40 off on a highly-rated Seagate 2TB PS4 portable game drive
With games becoming more and more advanced with better graphics and more immersive maps and experiences, finding enough space for new games is becoming harder and harder. If you’re looking to upgrade your PS4’s storage to fit more great games, you can pick up an officially licensed 2TB portable game drive from Seagate for just $69.99 ($40 off).
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Storage is something that is often overlooked for gaming consoles, but it’s certainly something you’re likely to need. With more storage, you’re able to explore more great games without having to worry about running out of space. Plus, you’ll be sure to be getting a high-quality hard drive as it has an impressive 4.8-star rating from almost 30,000 reviews — making it one of the most highly-rated hard drives on all of Amazon.
The hard drive is on a great deal right now but we don’t know how much longer it will last. If you want to save space and save money, click on the widget below to check out the deal.
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Due to high demand, these PS4 prices and deals are changing rapidly. We’ll keep updating the post as offers end and new ones pop up.
PS4 game deals
Sony loves to boast about the selection of games that you can buy for the PS4, and for good reason. Games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin’s Creed Origins are fan favorites that tend to do pretty well with critics too. We’ve grounded up some of the best prices we could find below.
- Oddworld: Soulstorm Day One Oddition for $41.99 ($8 off)
- Resident Evil: Village for $49.94 ($10 off)
- Assassin’s Creed: Origins for $19.93 ($40 off)
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for $29.99 ($30 off)
- Marvel’s Avengers for $19.99 ($20 off)
- Red Dead Redemption 2 for $35.15 ($25 off)
- Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition for $19.51 ($40 off)
- Cyberpunk 2077 for $22.75 ($37 off)
- Shadow of Tomb Raider for $17.14 ($43 off)
- Sid Meier’s Civilization VI for $28.50 ($12 off)
- FIFA 21 for $18.78 ($41 off)
- Madden NFL 21 MVP Edition for $21 ($76 off)
- NBA 2K21 for $14.99 ($45 0ff)
- The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series for $23.99 ($26 off)
- Mortal Kombat 11 for $14.14 ($46 off)
- Immortals Rising for $29.99 ($30 off)
A PlayStation Plus subscription is pretty much a requirement for any only PlayStation gamer. It’s worth highlighting that now is a great time to renew or extend your membership, as you can pick up a full year-long subscription for only $40 ($20 off).
PS4 accessory deals
If you’re happy with your game library already, you might be looking for some accessories instead. We’ve found PS4 deals on a number of cool accessories:
- Razer Kraken Gaming Headset for $65.72 ($14 off)
- Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Gaming Headset for $59.99 ($40 off)
- Bengoo G9000 Stereo Gaming Headset for $22.99 ($27 off)
- SteelSeries Arctis Pro High Fidelity Gaming Headset for $152 ($28 off)
- Ovio PS4 Controller Charger Dock Station for $11.89 ($8 off)
- Play Station VR Starter Bundle for $549.99 ($126 off)
- WD 5TB My Passport Portable External Hard Drive for $119.99 ($30 off)
- Seagate 2TB portable game drive for $59.99 ($40 off)
- Kujian PS4 Wireless Controller for $35.75 ($19 off)
- Movone Wireless PS4 Controller for $23.66 ($16 off)
PS4 Slim deals
The PS4 Slim has become the go-to option since the original PS4 console was phased out. The Slim is smaller, lighter, and more energy-efficient than the original but it packs the same level of performance. The PS4 Slim also supports HDR gaming and streaming for better color depth and contrast.
You can share games with your friends using Share Play as long as you have PlayStation Plus. The PS4 Slim is also VR-ready and packs a 1TB hard drive to store all of your favorite games. In terms of home delivery, here are the best options we could find:
- PlayStation 4 Slim for $484
- Mytrix Playstation 4 Slim 2TB Console for $619.99
- PlayStation 4 Slim Open World Bundle (GameStop Refurbished) for $329.99 ($43 off)
PS4 and PS4 Pro deals
The PS4 Pro takes all of the great features of the Slim and turns them up to eleven. It also offers 4K gaming output and improved optimization for games like Call of Duty and Gran Turismo Sport. You can turn on Boost Mode to improve the frame rate of games released prior to the launch of the Pro.
You can’t guarantee that a PS4 Pro will turn you into a better gamer, but at least anything you play will look next-level. It’s almost impossible to get a new PS4 Pro without emptying your bank account right now, but we’ve found one option:
- PlayStation 4 Pro Black 1TB (Refurbished) for $389.99
- PlayStation 4 Pro and Cyberpunk 2077 System Bundle (Refurbished) for $439.99
- PlayStation 4 Horror Blast from the Past Bundle (GameStop Premium Refurbished) for $299.99 ($26 off)
Amazon occasionally has deals on the PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro, but they tend to change rapidly. Here’s a link to the PS4 hub on Amazon if you want to see all of the latest deals. UK readers can also access the same deals right here.
That’s the pick of the PS4 deals right now. If you’re eagerly awaiting the PS5, check out our related content here:
- Sony PlayStation 5 – Everything you need to know
- PlayStation 5 games: Confirmed and expected titles
- PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X
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