If you’re looking for something to sink your fangs into this spooky season then the new PlayStation Store sale has you covered with huge discounts on the perfect PS4 horror games.
Halloween is without question one of my favourite times of the year (not that I ever need an excuse) but it’s the perfect time for me to binge my favourite horror movies and TV series, as well as re-playing some of my favourite horror video games. Heck, sometimes I like to combine my two favourite forms of medium and watch video game-to-movie adaptations, such as the brilliant Silent Hill movies, where the sinister Pyramid Head truly knows his place in the universe.
Halloween is also a great time to pick-up some bargains and the PSN Store has some blood-thirsty discounts on Halloween PS4 games, with some fantastic horror titles such as the Resident Evil 2 and 3 remakes for £32.99 in the Raccoon City Bundle.
Remasters of Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 will set you back just £11.99, while you can also snag Days Gone for £15.94, Death Stranding for £26.64 and one of my scariest games of all-time, Alien: Isolation – The Complete Edition (with all the DLC) for just £9.59.
On the lower end of the price scale, Bloodborne, Nioh and The Evil Within are just £7.99 each, the brilliant Little Nightmares is just £3.99, and for a bargain as cheap as chips, Murdered: Soul Suspect from Square Enix might be worth picking up at a mere £1.59.
Below are just some of my highlights plucked from the PS4 horror games sale and you can check out the full list of games on offer here. And don’t forget, the majority of PS4 games will work on your PS5 thanks to its backwards compatibility!
- Days Gone £15.94
- Death Stranding £26.64
- Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remakes (Raccoon City Edition) £32.49
- Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 £13.99
- Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 £11.99
- MediEvil £12.49
- Alien: Isolation – The Collection £9.59
- Bloodborne £7.99
- The Dark Pictures Anthology – Man of Medan £16.99
- Little Nightmares £3.99
- The Evil Within £7.99
- Murdered: Soul Suspect £1.59
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