According to the date but perhaps not the sky it's summer - so there's a summer sale on the PlayStation Store. It's under way now and there are some eye-catching bargains.

You may still find cheaper prices in actual shops but these tags can't be far off. (Incidentally, our parent company Gamer Network has a new site called Jelly Deals that keeps an eye out specially for deals like these.)

Fallout 4 is half-price at 30, and Witcher 3 and Bloodborne are 20. Dragon Age: Inquisition is only 9.50 (the Deluxe Edition is reduced even more heavily to 12), and Divinity: Original Sin is 15.50.

The Evil Within is 9.50, Project Cars 16, and the Legendary Edition of Destiny: The Taken King is 20 - which has the base game included.

The PlayStation Store summer sale kicks off today and its discounts last varying lengths. Some end 10th August, some 17th August and some 24th August. The European PlayStation blog has a list of which games expire when.

Do let us know what you pick up!

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