Sony announces Days of Play with discounts on games, controllers and more from June 2

Check out the Days of Play promo for a discount on the PS5 DualSense controller. — Bloomberg

Video game enthusiasts can get their hands on the PS5 DualSense controller for RM269 (original price: RM349) at authorised PlayStation stores and dealers during the global Days of Play promotional period.

According to Sony Interactive Entertainment Singapore, the controller promises a better gaming experience through immersive haptic feedback (users will reportedly experience vibrations simulating different aspects in the environment and avatar actions), adaptive triggers (for users to feel different levels of force or tensions in the game) with built-in microphone and headset jack.

The PS5 DualSense controller is available in seven colour options including Midnight Black, Cosmic Red and Nova Pink.

Users can also look forward to purchasing the Blu-Ray disc version of selected gaming titles at discounted prices namely Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS4 and PS5, RM129), God Of War: Ragnarok (PS4 for RM169 and PS5 for RM209), Horizon Forbidden West (PS5, RM169), The Last of Us Part 1 (PS5, RM209) and Gran Turismo 7 (PS5, RM169).

Lastly, users can complete their gaming experience with the PlayStation Plus subscriptions which come with perks like online multiplayer, new monthly games, cloud storage and exclusive content such as skins or free-to-play games.

The subscriptions are available in three tiers – Essential, Extra and Deluxe. Days of Play is offering 25% for 12-month plans which are priced from RM159 to RM309. Existing Essential and Extra members can also get 25% off if they upgrade their membership to a higher tier. More information on PlayStation Plus is available here.

Check for authorised sellers or dealers via the PlayStation website.

Days of Play start from June 2 till June 12.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Tech News

Arm dips below IPO price as short sellers circle
DuckDuckGo says market share constrained by rival Google's huge wallet
EU lawmaker Benifei urges the bloc's countries to compromise on AI rules
Cisco taps new M&A firm Tidal for $28 billion Splunk deal
Microsoft announces unified AI assistant, new Surface devices
Thailand's new PM meets Tesla chief Musk in New York
Poland investigates OpenAI over privacy concerns
India's Wipro says CFO Dalal resigns, replaced by 20-yr veteran Iyer
Cisco beefs up cybersecurity play with $28 billion Splunk deal
VinFast quarterly revenue surges in first report since market debut

Others Also Read