PS5 game prices too high? Save on Spider-Man and Demon's Souls pre-orders here

PS5 game prices have been a bit of a shock to some players. While during the PS4 era, blockbuster games have floated around the £40-£50 range in the UK, when the PS5 launches Sony will retail prices of games like Demon's Souls for a massive £69.99. So far, we've seen retailers keeping pretty close to that price – but now we're finally seeing outliers offering lower prices for pre-order. is offering Demon's Souls and Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition (with Spider-Man Remastered) for £63.85 each – which is definitely easier to swallow than £70. Numerous discounts are also available on the likes of Watch Dogs Legion and Godfall – see's PS5 range here

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition | PS5 | £69.99£63.85 on

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition | PS5 | £69.99 £63.85 on
This package bundles together the new Spider-Man game, Miles Morales – which will be a shorter entry than the 2018 Spidey game – and a PS5 remaster of the PS4 original. Spider-Man: Miles Morales is also available individually for £48.85.

Demon's Souls PS5: £69.99 £63.85 on

Demon's Souls PS5: £69.99 £63.85 on
Bluepoint's remake of the From Software classic looks beautiful, with completely redone environments and character models. Don't miss it if you're a Dark Souls fan – this is bound to be one of the better launch titles on PS5 on November 19. 

These games will release when the PS5 launches on November 19 in the UK. The PS5 is pretty much sold out worldwide – and it's unclear if the console will be back in stock at launch. Software, though, very rarely sells out ahead of a new console launch.

Samuel Roberts

Samuel is a PR Manager at game developer Frontier. Formerly TechRadar's Senior Entertainment Editor, he's an expert in Marvel, Star Wars, Netflix shows and general streaming stuff. Before his stint at TechRadar, he spent six years at PC Gamer. Samuel is also the co-host of the popular Back Page podcast, in which he details the trials and tribulations of being a games magazine editor – and attempts to justify his impulsive eBay games buying binges.