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Weekend Console Download Deals for October 9: PS Games of a Generation Second Chance

Weekend Console Download Deals for October 9: PS Games of a Generation Second Chance

Hey! You! You may not have heard of it last week, but PlayStation had its Games of Generation sale, which included the first discount on Ghost of Sushma. The same Ghost of Sushma is getting a big update next week. If you heard that ad earlier this week and thought to yourself, “I took advantage of that sale,” don’t worry. The sale is happening another weekend, so check it out!

Elsewhere, the PlayStation Plus freebies are rotated, the best of the WB games are for sale in the Microsoft Store, and Nintendo Switch owners can buy the Killer Queen Black for another weekend at 99 1.99. Also, after spending a year in the PS4 land, the Falcon Age switch has arrived and it gets a launch discount, so check it out too!

Here is a selection of this weekend’s console deals:

Xbox One

The following games are a part of Xbox One games with gold / transactions. Xbox Live Gold subscription is required to receive these discounts.

The following deals are available to all Xbox One users. Xbox Live Gold members are eligible for additional discounts.

  • Rock Band 4 Bundle of Rivals – 99 14.99 (75% off)
  • Saints Row IV: Re-elected – 99 4.99 (75% off) (Free week for Xbox LIVE Gold members until 10/11)
  • Blasphemy – 49 12.49 (50% off) (Free week for Xbox LIVE Gold members until 10/11)
  • Aceto Corsa Competition – $ 29.99 (25% off) (Free week for Xbox LIVE Gold members until 10/11)
  • WB Games Publisher For Sale

PlayStation 4

The following agreements are available to all customers. PlayStation Plus members are eligible for additional discounts.

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The following deals are only available to PlayStation Plus members.

Nintendo Switch

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