Annual PlayStation Store Spring Fever Promotion Begins this Week

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Ahhh… The smell of indie games is in the air as Sony reveals the lineup for its annual Spring Fever PlayStation Store event, scheduled to begin with this week’s store update.

Between March 4th and March 31st, PlayStation gamers will be treated to the releases of seven indie gems at the following weekly schedule:

March 4

Awesomenauts Assemble (PS4)
•Price: $9.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $7.99

Master Reboot (PS3)
•Price: $14.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $11.99

March 11

TowerFall Ascension (PS4)
•Price: $14.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $11.99

Vessel (PS3)
•Price: $9.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $7.99

March 18

SteamWorld Dig (PS4 and Vita Cross-Buy)
•Price: $9.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $7.99

Luftrausers (PS3 and Vita Cross-Buy)
•Price: $9.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $7.99

March 25

Fez (PS3, PS4 and Vita Cross-Buy)
•Price: $12.99
•PS Plus Launch Week Price: $9.99

In addition to the new game releases, this year’s Spring Fever will usher in special weekly sales for games and DLC in the Need for Speed, Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto and BioShock franchises, as well as a variety of movie and TV show digital downloads. You’ll want to click over to the PlayStation blog for a full list of those sales at the link below.

Spring Fever 2014: Discounts on TowerFall, Fez, and More [PlayStation.Blog]

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