PlayStation Hits is the PlayStation 4 equivalent of the Greatest Hits game range, although you may have previously known them as Platinum, Essential, or The Best titles depending on which region you live in. The range traditionally celebrates games once they have reached a set number of sales on the platform, reducing the retail price at the same time. The PlayStation 4 Hits collection currently has more than 30 titles in the list, such as Bloodborne and Street Fighter V, and their price has been reduced to US$19.99/€19.99/£15.99 in the PlayStation Store and at select retailers. Next week, five more titles will join the collection.

PlayStation Hits

The titles that will be added to the collection are:
All of these games will be added to PlayStation Hits on June 28th. Around the same time, a new PlayStation Hits console bundle will be available in select countries in Europe. The bundle will include the following content:
There's no estimated price on the bundle, or a release date, but you can find out more about its availability on the PlayStation Blog.
Rebecca Smith
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Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.
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Koding
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Koding
Posted on 21 June 19 at 16:40
I wouldn't mind seeing Horizon: Zero Dawn added to PSNow sometime sooner rather than later. The others not so much.
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Najinceil
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Najinceil
Posted on 21 June 19 at 18:21
Surprised it took Horizon this long to become a part of this lineup.
DJbruce92
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DJbruce92
Posted on 21 June 19 at 19:37
Thing that bothers me is whilst Horizon is the complete edition, Resident Evil 7 is just the Vanilla edition and not the Gold one with all the DLC.
Emiinah
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Emiinah
Posted on 21 June 19 at 23:20
Friday the 13th? I didn’t expect that...
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Soragoof
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Soragoof
Posted on 22 June 19 at 07:40
I just wanna see this jet black controller.....
A_Tennis_Giraffe
Posted on 22 June 19 at 08:40
I still really don't like the covers...dive
Hope for the best but expect the worst.
Dog_of_Thunder
Posted on 22 June 19 at 16:44
Friday the 13th is the Koko B. Ware of the Playstation Hits Hall of Fame.
Heazie_USA
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Heazie_USA
Posted on 22 June 19 at 19:11
Dog_of_Thunder said:
Friday the 13th is the Koko B. Ware of the Playstation Hits Hall of Fame.
Hard to argue that one.
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Heazie_USA
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Heazie_USA
Posted on 22 June 19 at 19:14
DJbruce92 said:
Thing that bothers me is whilst Horizon is the complete edition, Resident Evil 7 is just the Vanilla edition and not the Gold one with all the DLC.
Horizon is a 1st party game that has done incredibly well with both SKUs. RE7 is a 3rd party game that seemingly still sells the DLC well enough to not include (or they are literally taking the base game's sales into consideration rather than the Gold Edition, which I heard didn't sell all that well). The DLC seems to go on sale a lot, so, it must be better for Capcom this way. Quick little sales boost on the base game that could lead to DLC purchases down the line.
It me.
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