PlayStation Store | Deals, Coupons and Sales – October 2017

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From PS1 classics to the hottest new release PS4 games, PlayStation Store is your digital home for all things PlayStation.

From the release of the original PlayStation back in 1994, Sony has driven the video game industry forward with revolutionary technology and top-quality games across both home and handheld consoles. With the launch of the PlayStation 3 in 2006, the company moved into the digital era by introducing PlayStation Store (also known as the PSN Store or PS Store), a digital marketplace for video games, movies and TV shows, encompassing the entire PlayStation brand.

PlayStation Store can be accessed in a number of ways, including through the PlayStation Store website, the PlayStation Store mobile app, and natively through PlayStation consoles.

What does PlayStation Store sell?

PlayStation Store features the entire games library for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita consoles, along with plenty of games from the older PlayStation 3 and PSP libraries. You'll also find a wealth of downloadable content (DLC) for all PlayStation games, in addition to a growing number of PS1 and PS2 classics re-released for modern platforms.

As well as games, the store also offers an extensive range of new-release movies and TV shows for purchase and rental. You can read more about PlayStation movies and TV shows in our handy guide.

What currency does PlayStation Store use?

PlayStation Store lists all prices in AUD.

How do digital downloads work on PlayStation Store?

All games purchased from the store are tied to your PlayStation account and can be downloaded and played on any compatible PlayStation device you're signed into. After purchasing a game through PlayStation Store, it will appear in the games library section of the console you purchased it for.

What is the returns policy?

Any purchase made through PlayStation Store can be cancelled within 14 days for a full refund, provided the purchased content has not been downloaded, streamed or activated in any way.

— PlayStation Store frequently asked questions

To make purchases you need to add funds to your PlayStation wallet. This can be done using VISA, MasterCard and American Express credit and debit cards, or through PayPal.

Yes. All current and upcoming PlayStation 4 and PS Vita games are available for download.

New content is added every Wednesday.

Yes. You can download and play all PlayStation Store games you've purchased on any PS4 you're logged into, regardless of who owns the particular PS4.

You can only play PlayStation Store games offline if you're signed into a console that you have registered as a primary system on your PlayStation account. You can have a maximum of one primary PS4 and two primary PS3s registered at a time, along with any combination of two PS Vitas, PSPs or PS TVs. If you're signed into a non-primary console, you'll need to be connected online to play your PlayStation Store games.

Cross Buy is a promotion relating to PS4, PS3 and PlayStation Vita games. When a title is marked as Cross Buy it means you'll receive a copy for two or more of those platforms when you buy it. For example, if you purchase a PS4/PS Vita Cross Buy title, you will get the PS4 and PS Vita versions of the game, letting you play it on either system at no extra cost.

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