Google Play Celebrates May The Fourth With Star Wars Discounts


The Google Play Store is celebrating May the Fourth, i.e. Star Wars Day with a wide variety of promotions and discounts on digital Star Wars goods, including games, comics, and audiobooks. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is hence now offering enhanced All Crystal bundles with 25-percent more content and free Raid Han shards for all players who log into the game from today until next Thursday, May 10. Over the same period, Star Wars: Force Arena is enhancing some of its bundles by up to 30-percent and is running special giveaways on a daily basis, whereas Star Wars: Commander is bolstering its packs and giving out freebies. A similar bonus content offer has been adopted by LINE: Disney Tsum Tsum, with the Android app now featuring extra daily rewards and a new Stormtrooper Tsum.

Until the end of this week, Disney Emoji Blitz is giving out a Free Star Wars emoji, as well as offering unique prizes which players can unlock with Magic Keys. In terms of more traditional promotions, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, the Android port of one of the most critically acclaimed role-playing games of all time, is now 50-percent off for a limited time. The free-to-play Star Wars Pinball 6 also slashed the prices of many of its tables in half, though it's presently unclear how long will those discounts last.

Many Star Wars audiobooks are now also being offered at promotional prices, with the list including Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel, The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition, and Thrawn. The same goes for comics and e-books based on the world's most popular sci-fi franchise, with Darth Vader Vol. 1 – Vader and The Ashes Of Jedha being among the discounted offerings. No Star Wars movies or licensed music are part of the latest promotion, though all digital goods that are can be accessed by referring to the banners below, provided you're in a country where they're usually sold.

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