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Amazon Opens PSN Digital Store, Offers Online Credit With Qualifying Purchases

Posted on Tuesday, November 12 @ 06:56:31 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
PlayStation 4 launches this Friday—haven't you heard?—and to gear up for its launch, Amazon has opened a PlayStation Network storefront, where consumers can pick up DLC, downloadable games, and other digital content.
 

Of course, Sony's next-gen console isn't the only gaming device supported, as PlayStation 3 and Vita content is available for purchase as well. When buying PlayStation content through Amazon, you'll get corresponding download codes that can then be redeemed on your gaming device. Be sure to head over to the store right here and see what's currently available.

In an effort to sweeten the deal a bit, Amazon is currently offering $5 of PSN credit with select purchases. For the full list of qualifying titles, head over here

Also, don't forget that Amazon is currently running a buy two get one free deal on PlayStation 4 games.

Do you think this is a wise move by Amazon? Will you be purchasing digital content through them from now on? Let us know in the comments below.
 
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