PS5 12 May 2021 2:25 PM +00:00

PlayStation is bringing back Days of Play & the Extended Play Sale

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PS5 Console Stock Update

If you're still looking to get your hands on a PS5 console, things are looking up!

GAME has just released some new stock, Argos released some yesterday and it looks like John Lewis and Very could be next up. PS5Instant also thinks Amazon could release more stock soon.

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Sadly though, it looks like GAME is out of stock for now. However... There could be another drop over the next couple of days. It's worth keeping an eye on StockInformer, either way.

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Days Of Play Is Back

PlayStation's Player Celebration is returning and it starts next week!

From May 18th onwards, a multi-stage celebration will task PlayStation players with a series of challenges in order to win exclusive PSN Avatars and PS4 themes.

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We've got a breakdown of the three stages and their prizes below:

Stage One: 18/05/21 - 24/05/21

  • 2.4 million Games Played / 7.2 million Trophies Earned
    • 1x PSN Days of Play Avatar
    • 1x PSN Days of Play Dynamic Theme
  • Bonus Goal: 3 million Games Played / 8.8 million Trophies Earned
    • 3x PSN Avatars
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Stage Two: 25/05/21 - Unknown

  • 2.9 million Games Played / 8.5 million Trophies Earned
    • 5x PSN Avatars
  • Bonus Goal: 3.6 million Games Played / 10.4 million Trophies Earned
    • 3x PSN Avatars

Stage Three: Unknown - Unknown

  • 3 million Games Played / 9 million Trophies Earned
    • 1x PSN Avatar
    • 1x PS4 Dynamic Theme
  • Bonus Goal: 3.7 million Games Played / 11 million Trophies Earned
    • 3x PSN Avatars
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It's worth noting that the counters are reset in between stages, so Stage Three is going to require some serious game playing from PlayStation Players. You can find out everything official about the Days of Play Celebration here.

Extended Play Sale Starts

If you're still looking for something to play, PlayStation has you covered. The Extended Play PS Store Sale has started and there are a lot of discounts on a number of "Deluxe Editions" of popular PlayStation titles.

The aim of this PS Store Sale is to give you more value for your money and offer you games that you can play for longer. Below, we have just a small selection of the games on offer...

  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Ultimate Edition
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins – Deluxe Edition
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins – Season Pass
  • Batman: Return to Arkham
  • Battlefield 1 – Revolution
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Gold Edition
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Digital Deluxe
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles Deluxe
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts – Gold Edition
  • Call of Duty: WWII – Digital Deluxe
  • Devil May Cry 5 – Deluxe Upgrade
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection & 4SE Bundle
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We've only got to the letter D and there's already a lot of deals there. So, as you can imagine, this is a pretty decent PS Store Sale.

Upcoming Releases & More

There are a couple of major releases coming to PS4 and PS5 over the next few days.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition and Subnautica Below Zero are both dropping on May 14th, Friday. We've also got new information about the release time for Assassin's Creed Valhalla's Wrath of the Druids DLC on May 13th.

There's also a brand new look at Scarlet Nexus coming in the form of a Game Demo. It looks like it will be exclusive to Xbox Series X|S at first, but we are led to believe it will also be coming to PlayStation 5 at a later date.

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There have also been new news regarding Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, sort of. Major media outlets are beginning to release preview information and that means a whole slew of new in-game screenshots are beginning to surface.

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