Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced that it's adding five new games to its PlayStation Hits line-up on PS4 starting on June 28 in the United States and Canada. In addition to the recently added LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, LEGO Jurassic World, Mad Max, Persona 5, and Star Wars Battlefront, the line-up will soon feature Friday the 13th, God of War Remastered, Horizon: Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, Nioh, and Resident Evil 7.
For those that don't know: PlayStation Hits is a growing collection of more than 35 PS4 games that have had their price dropped permanently to $20 at both the PlayStation Store and select retailers. It's been a tradition of Sony for a few generations now, and is a popular promotion with fans.
PlayStation Hits stick out thanks to their unique red packaging they have instead of the standard blue. At the moment, here's the entire line-up:0comments
Unlike some dubious additions in the past, like Project Cars, Driveclub, Mad Max, Star Wars Battlefront, and more, this new round is pretty solid. Horizon: Zero Dawn is one of the best open-world games of this generation, God of War III is a great last-gen title, Resident Evil 7 is one of the top horror games of this generation, Nioh is great if you like a challenge, and Friday the 13th is a great multiplayer addition.
Horizon zero dawn complete edtion 😱— Notwak (@notwak) June 20, 2019
P5 looks really good in that red box compared to other games— speedm222 (@speedm222) June 20, 2019
Don’t make me buy more games- I already have so many unplayed ones. Must resist— Lukas Aumüller (@Luke_1311) June 20, 2019
The only game there that's actually worth $20 is Horizon Zero Dawn. The rest are over priced.
I hate the digital store prices which is why I get physical for console. Battlefront for $20 is pathetic, its not even that good plus eBay has a copy for £3...— 🖥 GGMattt 🎮 (@GGMattt_) June 20, 2019
Anyway, as always, feel free to leave a comment letting us know what you picked up. There's a lot of PlayStation Hits titles you can't go wrong with. Of the newest additions, I personally recommend checking out Horizon: Zero Dawn if you haven't already.
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