PSN Day 1 Digital announced

  • Posted September 25th, 2012 at 12:55 EDT by Kyle Prahl

PlayStation Network is about to get a whole lot sweeter, thanks to an initiative called PSN Day 1 Digital.

The new program, announced moments ago over at the official PS Blog, seeks to provide day-and-date digital releases of triple-AAA games right alongside their retail counterparts. On the same day that a game is launched at retail, you'll also be able to download it on PSN. PSN Day 1 Digital will also give you the opportunity to pre-order some of these titles, while PlayStation Plus members will enjoy a 10% discount off many of the games on offer.

The full line-up of Day 1 Digital games for the month of October has been unveiled. Check out the full list below, and let us know in the comments if you're excited for this promotion and whether you'll take advantage of the PlayStation Plus discounts, where applicable.

PSN Day 1 Digital - October 2012

Resident Evil 6 - Oct. 2nd, $59.99

NBA 2K13 - Oct. 2nd, $59.99, $53.99 for Plus members (with pre-order)
- Pre-order available

Dishonored - Oct. 9th, $59.99, $53.99 for Plus members (with pre-order)
- Pre-order available

DOOM 3: BFG Edition - Oct. 16th, $59.99, $53.99 for Plus members (with pre-order)
- Pre-order available

007: Legends - Oct. 16th, $59.99, $53.99 for Plus members (within first week of availability)

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter - Oct. 23rd, $59.99

Need For Speed: Most Wanted - Oct. 30th, $59.99, $53.99 for Plus members (with pre-order)
- Pre-order available

Assassin’s Creed III - Oct. 30th, $59.99
- Pre-order available

Kyle Prahl is PSU's editor-in-chief and a Communications student at the University of Minnesota. If you care about PlayStation or the life of a pale Midwesterner, you should follow him on Twitter.
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