Best PS5 game deals for January: Hours of AAA entertainment from $17

If you’ve been able to get your hands on a PlayStation 5, you know how incredible it is. The next-generation console is always sold out quickly whenever it appears in the gaming deals of retailers. The immense demand for the device is due to the fact that there’s still a large portion of gamers who are still waiting for the chance to buy the PlayStation 5, while those who already own the console are always on the hunt for accessories and games. If you’ve already taken advantage of PlayStation deals to purchase the gaming machine, PS5 game deals should always be on your radar.

There’s no shortage of discounts for PlayStation 5 games among retailers, with some of the offers involving the best PS5 games. It may look like a daunting task to narrow down your choice for your next PS5 game purchase, but we’re here to help you out. We’ve rounded up some of the best PS5 game sales, and if you see a deal that you like, you have to click that Buy Now button immediately as some of these discounts won’t last long.

Call of Duty Vanguard – $20, was $60

Call-of-Duty-Vanguard PlayStation-5 box art sponsored tag

Why Buy

  • Gritty WWII battles
  • Includes bonus Endowment Gift of Honor bundle (new only)
  • Deeply engaging single player campaign
  • Warzone integration post launch

It’s Call of Duty, what else can we say that you don’t already know? Vanguard takes place in the WWII era and includes both an impressive single-player campaign and robust multiplayer. It also integrates with Warzone, including post-launch updates and content. The Zombies experience is back here too so it’s an excellent choice to match a variety of personalities and play styles – which makes it a great gift for friends and family. Single-player, multiplayer, rich story, engaging online play, Zombies to shoot; it’s all here. The Black Friday price is one of the best we’ve seen since launch.

Back 4 Blood — $20, was $24

Cleaners versus Ogre in Back 4 Blood.

Why Buy

  • Fight against hordes of zombies
  • Play with up to three friends online
  • Take control of the Ridden
  • Card system promises replayability

If you haven’t gotten your fair share of trying to survive against hordes of zombies, try Back 4 Blood. However, instead of going solo, you’ll be fighting in a group of four in this spiritual successor to the Left 4 Dead series. You can play with three friends online or with a team of AI-controlled characters in this co-op survival shooter’s campaign mode, where you’ll take increasingly challenging missions. In multiplayer mode, you’ll get the chance to play as the undead Ridden, which come with unique abilities. You’ll also enjoy extreme replayability with the game’s card system. which ensures a different experience each time you start a match.

NHL 22 — $17, was $70

Hockey player in NHL 22.

Why Buy

  • Powered by Frostbite engine
  • Unleash players’ abilities with Superstar X-Factors
  • Take control of a player or a team in different modes
  • Game stats are always in view

Take to the ice in NHL 22, which is powered by the Frostbite engine to deliver significant visual upgrades for a more realistic hockey experience, compared to previous titles in the series. The game lets you take advantage of Superstar X-Factors. which unleash unique player abilities that can give you the advantage that you need to win a match. You can live the life of an NHL player through the Be a Pro mode, and you have complete control over your chosen team as you aim to win multiple championships in Franchise Mode. Important game statistics are projected onto environmental surfaces, so you’re always on top of the information to give you the chance to make what could be the game-winning decision.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla — $20, was $60

Eivor of Assassin's Creed Valhalla in battle.

Why Buy

  • Explore a 9th-century open world
  • Build a new home for Vikings
  • Engage enemies with improved combat system
  • Lead raids in Anglo-Saxon England

The latest entry in the long-running franchise, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is Ubisoft’s most ambitious attempt yet, set in a 9th-century open world that’s daunting at first because of the sheer number of things that you can do. Control Eivor, who helms a group of Vikings in expanding their new home of Ravensthorpe in Anglo-Saxon England from a small village to a thriving community. The combat system is a further improvement from recent Assassin’s Creed games, completely capturing the ruthlessness of Eivor’s clan of warriors. Lead raids, devastate your enemies, and improve your settlement in a game that will see you log 60 hours to complete the campaign and more than 100 hours if you want to explore everything that the game has to offer.

Hitman 3 — $35, was $60

Agent 47 stands on a rainy street in China.

Why Buy

  • Suit up as the assassin Agent 47
  • Explore breathtaking locations
  • Carry out your missions any way you prefer
  • Find different ways of taking down your mark

Hitman 3, the conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy, lets you suit up as Agent 47 and utilize his immense library of skills to take down targets. Go on an adventure around the world and take in the sights of some breathtaking locations before you start working to figure out how to carry out your missions. Complete your objectives in any way possible, as the open levels give you the freedom to explore creative solutions. This also means that the levels of Hitman 3 are meant to be replayed over and over, giving you the chance to keep finding paths to your goal of assassinating your mark.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba — The Hinokami Chronicles — $37, was $60

A Demon slayer character slashes an opponent.

Why Buy

  • Follows story of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
  • Original English and Japanese cast lent voices
  • Wide range of characters
  • Find matches locally or online

If you’re a fan of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime, then you’ll love Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba — The Hinokami Chronicles. The original English and Japanese cast lend their voices to the game for the authentic Demon Slayer experience, with a wide roster of characters that include protagonists Tanjiro and Nezuko. Take up Tanjiro’s sword as you train to improve your skills as a Demon Slayer in search of a way to turn Nezuko back to bring a human. Fight against other players locally or online, and try to take down powerful demons in boss fights.

Elden Ring — $53, was $60

A knight fighting a giant gargoyle in Elden Ring.

Explore the Lands Between, from the minds of Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki and A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin, with a character that you create and a playstyle that you define. Utilize a wide variety of weapons, magical abilities, and skills any way that you want in Elden Ring, with the goal of surviving through grueling battles and taking down monstrous bosses. Immerse yourself in this open-world game that features rewarding exploration, a deep combat system, and a trove of secrets to uncover.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart — $62, was $70

Rivet using hover boots in ratchet & Clank Rift Apart.

The latest entry in the well-loved action series, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a technical powerhouse that maximizes the capabilities of the PlayStation 5. The titular heroes return, with Ratchet searching for collectibles while taking down waves of enemies and Clank stepping in to solve puzzles. The game, however, introduces Rivet, Ratchet’s doppelganger from another dimensions, who will try to help stop Dr. Nefarious from conquering cross-dimensional worlds. The haptic feedback and adaptive trigger technology on the DualSense controller brings in-game action to life.

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