Spring Fever hits PlayStation for the next eight weeks
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Spring Fever hits PlayStation for the next eight weeks


Sony announced its Spring Fever sale today. It will run for twice as long as last year’s promotion, a total of eight weeks rather than four and offering 10% discounts on new digital games to PlayStation Plus members.

Throughout the eight week period, a new game will launch each and as a way to spotlight new games or games appearing for the first time on PlayStation, a 10% discount will be available. The line-up includes mostly PS4 games (including some exclusives) as well as a handful of Cross-Buy titles ob PS3, PS Vita or both.

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The games on offer are:

  • 3 March – Helldivers – PS3, PS4, PS Vita – $17.99 USD with discount, regular price $19.99 USD;
  • 10 March – Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number – PS3, PS4, PS Vita – $13.49 USD with discount, regular price $14.99 USD;
  • 17 March – Jamestown+ – PS4 – $10.79 USD with discount, regular price $11.99 USD;
  • 24 March – Metal Slug 3 – PS3, PS4, PS Vita, $13.49 USD with discount, regular price $14.99 USD;
  • 31 March – Axiom Verge – PS4 (coming later to PS Vita), $17.99 USD with discount, regular price $19.99 USD;
  • 7 April – Bastion – PS4 (coming later to PS Vita), $13.49 USD with discount, regular price $14.99 USD;
  • 14 April – Titan Souls – PS4, PS Vita, $8.99 USD with discount, regular price $9.99 USD;
  • 21 April – Shovel Knight – PS3, PS4, PS Vita, $13.49 USD with discount, regular price $14.99 USD.

The Spring Fever sale has only been announced on the US PlayStation Blog and it includes Hotline Miami 2, which has been refused classification in Australia. If a similar sale is announced for Australia, expect Hotline Miami 2 to be removed from the list. The same sale could still go ahead in Europe as the game is not banned in that region.

Leo Stevenson

Leo Stevenson

I've been playing games for the past 25 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. I'm mostly drawn to single player, story driven games and couch co-op, but will occasionally delve into multiplayer.