PlayStation Just Kicked Off A Truly Massive Indies Sale

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By Billy Givens on February 24th, 2021


If you’re looking to stock up on some really fantastic indie games, Sony has you covered starting today. The PlayStation Indies promotion is now underway, and you may be blown away to hear that it includes hundreds of games. Even better, many of the titles featured in the sale are among the best independent gaming has to offer, so you’ll find no shortage of top-tier content to peruse and purchase.

Are you looking for some challenge and thrills? You won’t want to miss out on the ultra-challenging platformer Cuphead, Souls-like adventure Ashen, or punishing rogue-like card game Slay the Spire. Meanwhile, the SUPERHOT series promises nearly endless heart-pounding action, while horror fans will be delighted to hear that the entire Outlast franchise in available, too. Regardless of what you choose from that selection, though, you can count on some blood pressure spikes.

If you’re hoping for some more casual fun, however, don’t overlook the immensely popular battle royale Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout or the exciting Overcooked! franchise, both of which offer hilarious cooperative and competitive gaming. It’s also worth catching emotional games like Spiritfarer, Journey, The Last Campfire, and Sea of Solitude on sale, as they offer some of the most rewarding indie experiences on any platform.

There are so many games available in the sale that it’s staggering, so it may take some time to sift through them all on the PlayStation Store. That being said, the PlayStation Blog offers a text list of every game featured in the promotion, so it may be worth heading over there to help you figure out what you may want to snag.

Thankfully, the PlayStation Indies promotion runs until March 10, so you’ve got a little bit of time to make your decisions.

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