Flash Sales tend to happen towards the end of the month, so this one was a genuine surprise. It is not Halloween themed, so people can expect a horror sale to launch in a few weeks.

Honestly, the games included are not particularly impressive, with only a handful of noteworthy PlayStation 4 titles. Still, there are a few good deals sprinkled throughout. Let us take a quick look to see which are worth considering.

The sale ends October 16, at 8 AM Pacific Time.

'Street Fighter V'

With the "Arcade Mode" finally set to be released next year, this a great time to pick up "Street Fighter V," as the update will be free for owners of the base game.

The price cut reduces the fifth entry in Capcom's series to just $15.99, which makes it a relatively easy recommendation.

"Street Fighter V" is a great fighting game which lacked content upon launch. Capcom released a shell of a game, but the core mechanics are some of the best in the genre. Since then, a story mode and some other DLC were added to make it worthy of an investment.

"Mortal Kombat XL" is also on sale for just $11.99. This is simply a better deal than "Street Fighter V," as it includes all the content from the tenth entry plus some additional characters. As the base game was already a brilliant addition to the series, despite the story being a step back from the ninth entry, "XL" is more of the same.

'Tom Clancy's The Division'

"Tom Clancy's The Division" has improved since its initial launch, with the discounted price of $19.99 being a reasonable financial commitment for the experience provided. The massively multiplayer online shooter suffers from a poor endgame, but the Ubisoft has done a decent job of keeping the fanbase alive and engaged.

The world is vast and well worth exploring, even if the story and gameplay are run of the mill. Please note that $19.99 gets you only the base game and not the expansions.

"The Surge" is on sale for $29.99, which is still pretty expensive for the "Dark Souls" clone. Deck13 created a fun and challenging experience that prioritizes exploration and one vs.

one combat over epic boss battles. While better than "Lords of the Fallen," which is also on sale, "The Surge" is nowhere near as satisfying as FromSoftware trilogy.

"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege" is once again on sale. That seems to be the case every other week. A solid team-based shooter, there is still an active player base, and it is one of the better multiplayer games in the market. Priced at $29.99, it is not quite a steal but still worth the money.