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Killer PS4 Game Deals At US Best Buys

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When it comes to big retailers, you never know what kind of gaming deals you’ll see from week to week. Sometimes they only put a handful of unexciting games on sale. Other times they’ll offer deep discounts on tons of fantastic games. This week’s sale at Best Buy definitely falls into the latter category. You can get some of the best recent PS4 games for far less than their normal prices. Note that Xbox One versions, when available, are also on sale for the same price. Below, you’ll find our picks for the best PS4 game deals at Best Buy for the week ending May 5.

First, we should mention you’ll save more money on these deals if you’re a Gamers Club Unlocked member. GCU members get 20% off all video game pre-orders and new (non-used) games. Better yet, the discount stacks on top of any sale that’s going on. A two-year subscription costs $30, but considering you’ll save $12 on each game that’s regularly priced at $60, it pays for itself after just a few purchases. You can subscribe here.

Now for the specific deals. The biggest price drop this week is Destiny 2‘s sale price of $10 ($8 with Gamers Club Unlocked). That’s a great deal for an online shooter that offers upwards of 100 hours of progression before you could conceivably have all the best loot. Other great deals include Monster Hunter World for $45 ($36) and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands for $20 ($16).

PlayStation 4 exclusives are well represented in this sale. You can get Horizon: Zero Dawn for $40 ($32), the remastered version of Shadow of the Colossus for $30 ($24), and the ultra-challenging game Nioh for $20 ($16). A bunch of PlayStation VR games are also on sale, including Skyrm VR for $40 ($32) and Doom VFR for $20 ($16).

Here are some of the sale’s standout games, but you can find the full list here.

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