January 2016 PlayStation Store Sale in Europe Adds New PS4 Games, Including DriveClub Bikes & SOMA

January 7, 2016Written by Jason Dunning

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The big January 2016 PlayStation Store sale in Europe has expanded, discounting even more PlayStation 4 titles, including Batman: Arkham Knight, DriveClub Bikes, Rainbow Six Siege, and SOMA.

On sale until January 22, here’s the list of new titles added to the January 2016 sale, complete with PlayStation Plus prices (where applicable):

January 2016 Sale Part 2 (Sale Price, PlayStation Plus Price)

  • Alien Isolation – £14.99, £13.49
  • Alien Isolation: The Collection – £19.99, £17.99
  • Assassin’s Creed Unity – £15.99
  • Back to the Future: The Game 30th Anniversary Edition – £11.99
  • Batman: Arkham Knight – £34.99, £31.49
  • Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition – £44.99, £40.49
  • Bedlam – £7.99
  • BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend – £15.99
  • Chivalry: Medieval Warfare – £10.99
  • Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Ultimate Edition – £15.99
  • DriveClub Bikes Standalone – £9.99
  • DriveClub Bikes Expansion for DriveClub – £7.99
  • Far Cry 4 – £15.99, £14.39
  • Far Cry 4 Gold Edition – £24.99
  • Game of Thrones Season Pass – £7.99
  • Mortal Kombat X – £29.99
  • Mortal Kombat X Premium Edition – £39.99, £35.99
  • NBA 2K16 – £44.99
  • NBA 2K16 Michael Jordan Special Edition – £54.99
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 – £29.99
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 Gold Edition – £39.99
  • Rainbow Six Siege – £44.99
  • Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition – £59.99
  • Saint Seiya: Soldiers’ Soul – £29.99
  • SOMA – £15.49
  • Tales From The Borderlands Season Pass – £6.49
  • Tembo The Badass Elephant – £5.35, £4.82
  • Terraria – £5.49
  • The Legend of Korra – £5.79
  • The Peanuts Movie: Snoopy’s Grand Adventure – £19.99
  • The Telltale Games Collection – £28.99
  • Zombi – £7.99
  • Zombie Army Trilogy – £15.99

Head to the PlayStation Store to see updated prices for your region.

Over on the European PlayStation Blog, Blog Manager Fred Dutton explained why they wait until Tuesday to announce the new releases each week – instead of Sunday like the US Blog:

The honest answer is that the PAL Store is rather more complex than the US Store, due to the 30+ different regions and languages we cater for. Duly, it unfortunately isn’t possible to collate the information in time for the prior weekend. Hence why we publish on the Tuesday – if we published on Wednesday, the games that launch on Tuesday would already be live and it would be old news.

For owners DriveClub Bikes, Evolution is running Double Fame on all Superbikes until January 21.

If you haven’t done so yet, be sure to grab this month’s PlayStation Plus free games.

[Source: PlayStation Store, PS Europe (Twitter), DriveClub (Twitter), PS Blog via VideoGamer]