Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion are two of the PlayStation 5’s hottest releases, but you can save a significant chunk of change if you purchase them on the PlayStation 4 first. Courtesy of Ubisoft’s free PS4 to PS5 upgrade scheme, you’ll be able to grab current-gen copies and then play the next-gen versions on your spangly new system.
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And according to Amazon listings, purchasing for the PS4 will save you around $10 compared to the PS5. Both games are currently priced at $59.99 for the PS5, while the PS4 versions will cost you $49.99. This strikes us as a no-brainer, although it’s worth keeping in mind that if you do plump up for the physical versions of these games, you will need a PS5 with a disc drive to play them.
As part of the product listings, Amazon has also revealed the box art for both titles. The white PS5 banner is prevalent at the top of both cases, and while it has proved a little divisive, we reckon it works relatively well with the artwork here. Will you be buying either of these games, and which platform will you be playing them on? Save some money in the comments section below.