It’s a busy time for summer games sales, and as we wait for Steam’s annual summer sale to launch next week, you can take advantage of a new publisher sale that just launched. Square Enix’s June Sale is in full swing, bringing discounts on some of Square’s most popular franchises, from Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts to Nier and Life is Strange. The Square Enix Store’s sale features up to 60% off select games for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC from now through June 22.
The sale notably includes the Kingdom Hearts All-in-One Package, which released earlier this year and compiles the entire Kingdom Hearts franchise including Kindom Hearts III (the Re:Mind DLC isn’t included). Normally $50, the box set is down to $40 and available only on PS4 (the same deal is also available at Amazon). Kingdom Hearts III on its own is also discounted to $15.
Final Fantasy games also feature heavily in the sale. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is on sale for $30 for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One; the PS4 version, which released first, is down to $12. You can also grab the FFXII: The Zodiac Age Collector’s edition for $80, a huge markdown from its $200 list price. Along with the game, the edition includes an exclusive Judge Magisters bust set, steelbook case, art cards, and more. The sale also discounts previous-gen Final Fantasy games, if you’re looking to pick up any of those.
Trials of Mana, which just released in April is available for $40 for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, $10 off its list price. Meanwhile, the Switch’s Collection of Mana, which bundles the first three Mana titles including the original Seiken Densetsu 3, is down to just $25.
Other notable deals including Dragon Quest Builders 2 for PS4, which is on sale for $20; and Life is Strange 2’s Complete Season, which is also discounted to $20 on PS4 and Xbox One. Nier: Automata’s Game of the Yorha edition for PS4 is on sale for $20, a fantastic price–but unfortunately, the listing only lets you sign up for the waitlist, as stock seems to be low right now. Assuming you lock in the $20 price by signing up, the waitlist might still be worth it if you’ve been waiting to grab this superb game for cheap.
Check out some of our picks from Square’s June Sale below and see the entire offering of discounts at the Square Enix Store.