Shoppers rush to buy amazing PlayStation bundle – grab the PS5’s best game for free

PS5s prices are dropping across Europe, but the UK is unaffected by this discount.

It has been speculated that the PS5 price drop is related to the upcoming release of a new version of the PS5, such as a PS5 Slim.

The disc-based console pack includes God of War Ragnarӧk.


The disc-based console pack includes God of War Ragnarӧk.Photo credit: Sony

That’s why people are so excited about the latest offer that allows them to grab one of the PS5’s best games completely for free.

While there’s no discount on the PS5 disc console itself, the free-to-play game brings a discount of around £60.

Currys is currently selling the PS5 console on a disc basis with a God of War Ragnarӧk download code for the same price as the console alone.

Just make sure you select the console with the digital code and not the physical game to save.

The disc-based console comes with the download code, so when you buy it, only the console pack arrives.

God of War Ragnarӧk is one of the best PlayStation exclusives that was released just last November.

It continues the story of Kratos after his adventures with his son Atreus in the 2018 game God of War.

In contrast to the Greek mythology setting of the original games, the new series takes on Norse mythology with gods like Loki and Thor.

God of War Ragnarӧk is considered a must-play PlayStation exclusive, and the PS5 is the best platform to play it on right now.

While it’s disappointing that we’re not getting the price cut for the console itself, we’d probably all buy God of War Ragnarok anyway.

Some people want to see if the PS5 Slim rumors are true before buying, but this could be the perfect opportunity to buy the console cheaply.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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