Not long after the latest one, Sony has launched another flash sale on the PlayStation Store in the United States. As always, this brings some steep discounts to games on PSN for PS4, PS3, and Vita but only for a very limited time.
As you’d expect, PS4 is home to the majority of these deals, of which there’s quite a wide variety. Among the highlights is Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (one of our picks for the best cheap PS4 games at its regular price), which drops to just $8–quite a steal considering it includes remastered versions of three full games. Diablo III‘s Eternal Collection, which packs in last year’s excellent Rise of the Necromancer DLC, is just $30, while the Necromancer pack on its own can be had for $9.74.
If the recent Bloodborne PS Plus freebie has you in the mood for more of that style of action, From Software’s Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is down to $10, while Dark Souls III can be had for $18. Alternatively, you can also get a much different style of action (with a killer soundtrack to match) in Hotline Miami for $4 or Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number for $6. Rounding out the list are Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 for a mere $3.24 or, in advance of the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War, Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy for $8.
For those looking to pick up a game on Sony’s older platforms, there are some decent options available. On PS3, Max Payne 3: The Complete Edition is $12, Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell is $6, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is $6. Over on Vita, Prinny: Can I Really Be The Hero? is $3, while both Hotline Miami games are available at the same price as on PS4. Those two also feature cross-play across PS4, PS3, and Vita, making them even more of a worthwhile purchase.
All of these prices are available from now until Monday, March 12, at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, and there’s no additional discount for PS Plus members. You can see everything on sale here. If you don’t find something to your liking, the usual PS4 weekly game deals are still live in the US until Tuesday, while those in Europe have a PSN sale of their own going on right now.