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Sony slashes prices on the year's biggest games ahead of E3

'Horizon Zero Dawn,' 'MLB The Show 17' and 'Prey' are all $40 this week.
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Timothy J. Seppala, Engadget

If you can't make it to LA this weekend and next week for the open-to-the-public E3, Sony still wants you to have a good time at home. In addition to a week of free access to multiplayer gaming sans a PlayStation Plus subscription (and a $10 discount on said subscription), Sony has slashed the prices on some of the biggest games from this year. Horizon Zero Dawn, MLB: The Show 17 and Nioh have all been marked down to $40, while The Last Guardian and Uncharted 4 from last year are now $20. The European PlayStation store is offering similar deals.

Looking to fill the gaps in your (digital) third-party library? Battlefield 1 and Mass Effect Andromeda temporarily cost $30, while Prey has been marked down to $40. More than that, if you spend $100 or more between now and June 20th, you'll get a $15 credit. And here you were worried that your new, gold PlayStation 4 Slim's 1TB hard drive would go unfilled.

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