PlayStation Plus Subscribers Have Limited Time For Double Discounts On 'GTA 5' And 2,000 Other Games

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  • PS Plus members enjoy double discounts on 2,000+ PS Store items till Sep 13, including "Dead Island 2" and "GTA 5."
  • Subscribers also access games "Sea Of Stars" and "Lawn Mowing Simulator" for free.

PlayStation Plus subscribers, regardless of their tier, can enjoy double discounts on over 2,000 items from Sony Group Corp's SONY PS Store until Sept. 13.

This includes discounts on games like "Dead Island 2" ($48.99), "Grand Theft Auto 5" ($19.79), and "Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot" ($15.59), PushSquare reported.

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Noteworthy deals also include "LEGO 2K Drive" ($39.59), "Dead Space" ($48.99), and "Marvel’s Midnight Suns" ($23.99).

Moreover, PlayStation Plus Essential tier subscribers can access games like "PGA Tour 2K23," "Dreams," and "Death’s Door."

Meanwhile, Extra and Premium tier subscribers have access to an additional 17 games in August, including "Moving Out 2," "Lost Judgement," and "Destiny 2: The Witch Queen."

Two free games are currently available for PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers, according to Gaming Bible. One is "Sea Of Stars," praised for its modern take on retro gaming. The other is "Lawn Mowing Simulator: Landmark Edition," offering a more meditative gaming experience.

In related news, Microsoft Corporation MSFT has ended the $1 Xbox Game Pass trial, just days before the release of the highly anticipated "Starfield."

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