UPDATED: PlayStation sale Days of Play has begun in Australia

Brodie Fogg 9 June 2017

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Sony is offering some sweet deals on PlayStation consoles for its Days of Play celebration.

UPDATED: Sony PlayStation's Days of Play sale has officially begun. It's worth noting that two of the advertised deals, the discounted DualShock 4 and the PS4 Pro + Horizon Zero Dawn bundle still aren't live at Sony's online store. We've reached out for comment.

With E3 2017 just days away, PlayStation is hard at work prepping a huge conference for this year's show. Even with so much on its plate, Sony is still taking a moment to celebrate with the Days of Play Sale.

A selection of games, including Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Battlefield 1 and GTA V, will see big discounts when the sale begins tomorrow, but the real steals are Sony's hardware bargains.

Sony's online store will be running the following deals from tomorrow:

  • PlayStation 4 500GB: Under $299.99 (9 June only)
  • PlayStation 4 Pro and Horizon Zero Dawn: Under $560.00
  • PlayStation VR and PSVR Worlds: Under $550.00 AUD
  • PlayStation Plus: 30% off PlayStation Plus 12-month membership
  • DualShock 4 controllers: Under $70.00

The sale on hardware will only last a week (9 June to 17 June) but you'll be able to grab a deal on digital downloads and PS Plus memberships up until 21 June.

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