The price of PlayStation 4 games have been nothing short of extortionate in the UK since launch, with some titles retailing at up to £64.99 ($110) depending on where you shop. Fortunately, the figures are slowly starting to come down, with both Watch Dogs and Wolfenstein: The New Order commanding much more manageable fees at the time of typing.
Perhaps acknowledging that its roster of launch titles no longer warrant full price, Sony has dropped the cost of Killzone: Shadow Fall and Knack to £34.99. That’s actually an £18 reduction, and puts the digital versions largely in line with retail outlets such as Amazon.co.uk. You can still get these games cheaper if you shop around, but this represents a decent discount if you’re done with physical discs.
Of course, one could speculate that this may foreshadow some form of PlayStation Plus update, with Mark Cerny’s family friendly brawler a prime candidate for the Instant Game Collection. Are you aiming to take advantage of these savings, or are you waiting to see what future PlayStation Plus updates hold? Stash your cash in the comments section below.