Sony has recently revealed their PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita deals for this week. Several good game titles with big discounts are available including the “Darksiders” Collection.

PS4 video games and addons with discounts

Several PS4 game titles are currently on sale right now with big discounts, courtesy of Sony Entertainment. One of the notable games to purchase is the “Darksiders: Fury’s Collection-War and Death” combo that includes the two game titles starring War and Death, and it is only for $19.99 right now. The “Injustice 2” Standard Edition is currently slightly discounted for only $47.99, while the Deluxe Edition is $59.99, and the Ultimate Edition is only $69.99.

Rocket League” Standard version can be purchased for only $9.99, while its Game of the Year Edition is now $12.49 with the weekly deal discount. Some of its notable DLCs are also for sale with slight discounts for each. “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is currently $29.99, which saves buyers $30 from its original price of $59.99, while its Deluxe Edition is $34.99 only.

Other PS4 game titles with discounts include “Killing Floor 2” for only $19.99, PSN game “Pyre” for only $17.99, and “Sundered” for only $16.99. Some DLCs for other video games were also discounted like content packs for “War Thunder,” in-game cash for “Warframe,” and many more.

PS3 and PS Vita Deals

Unfortunately, the PS3 and PS Vita lineup are not that much since this week’s deals only focused on the PS4 side.

For the PS3, interested buyers can get “Adam’s Venture: Chronicles” for only $4.49, “Golf Mania” for only $2.79, and a few more titles for cheap prices. The PS Vita gets “Talisman: Digital Edition” for only $20.99, “Indoor Sports World” for only $3.49, and “Arcade Darts” and “Bashi Blocks” for $1.39 each.

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ free trial now available on all platforms

In other related news, a free trial of the discounted “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is now available for download on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC through Steam. Game developer BioWare tweeted the announcement to let their fans know that they can now download it on their preferred platform of choice.

The current free trial of the video game is the same with the one that members of the EA/Origin Access subscription tried out a while ago. It lets players try out the first planet of Eos and it also has the single player and multiplayer features, but after that, it will continue to the full game that needs purchase.

Check out the PlayStation Days of Play video below: