Ghost of Tsushima is 20% off in brilliant deal for PS4 and PS5 owners


PLAYSTATION owners looking for December deals can find a smart saving at Ebay right now.

Thanks to new discount codes, you can get hit game Ghost of Tsushima for £9 less.

Ghost of Tsushima is a fantastic action-adventure title

The action-adventure has captivated gamers since release earlier this year, and is a top option for Christmas.

Set in 13th-century Japan, gamers play samurai protagonist Jin Sakai as he fights to protect his homeland from the Mongol invasion.

  • Ghost of Tsushima, £31.99 with ‘NECTAR20’ or £33.99 with ‘PRESENTS15’ – buy here

Providing high action, a compelling story and gorgeous visuals, the title runs on both PS4 and PS5 consoles and gets an enhanced framerate on Sony’s newest generation console.

Usually priced at £39.99, Nectar members can pick it up for £31.99 with free standard delivery – from the Boss Deals Ebay store by using code NECTAR20.

The PS4 game looks even better on the PS5

Ebay’s code is for Nectar members only, but if you don’t have a Nectar card you can sign up for one and still be eligible for the discount.

Alternatively, the online retailer has a Christmas-themed voucher code live – PRESENTS15 – which provides a 15% discount and can also be used on the listing.

That discount will get you the game for £33.99, still with free standard delivery.

Both codes run until December 6, to be used across eligible Ebay stores.

But if Ghost of Tsushima is a title you want, or a potential Christmas gift, this offer is likely to prove popular so don’t delay.

  • Ghost of Tsushima, £31.99 with ‘NECTAR20’ or £33.99 with ‘PRESENTS15’ – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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