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We”re sure some of you are keen to get hold of Horizon Zero Dawn after IGN rated it an ‘Amazing 9.3/10’ (see review here). Below is a roundup of where to purchase it in the UK if you’re ready to dive into an exhilarating new action role playing game exclusively for the PlayStation 4 system.
Currently the cheapest place to purchase Horizon Zero Dawn Standard Edition is at Amazon.co.uk: it is £42.00 with an Amazon Prime account. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, there is no need to worry – you can sign up here for a free 30-day trial.
Want to play Horizon Zero Dawn but don’t have a PS4? We have the perfect bundles that will suit you:
Get the complete First Person Shooter experience with the Battlefield 1 – Titanfall 2 Deluxe bundle, which includes:
Battlefield™ 1 base game, Red Baron Pack-Lawrence of Arabia Pack, Hellfighter Pack, New visual appearance of the Behemoths, Five Battlefield™ 1 Battlepacks containing stand-out weapon skins and Titanfall™ 2 base game, Prime Titan variants for Ion & Scorch, available this December, Excalibur Chrome Warpaint for all 6 Titans-Thunderbird Nose Art for all 6 Titans-Splinter Ocean Camo for all Titans, Pilots and Weapons-Quantum Ocean Camo for all Titans, Pilots and Weapons.
Use Coupon Code COOP20: Starting from today and ending Thursday March 2nd at midnight, Co-op Electrical have provided a coupon code which gets you 20% off a minimum £50 spend and a maximum discount of £50. Some great deals including a PS4 (500GB) with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – was £229.99 now £184 delivered.
A few hand picked deals:
Xbox One S (1TB) Battlefield 1 Bundle, with Halo Wars 2 is available to buy from GAME for £229.99
Halo Wars 2 is now available to play on the Xbox One and PC. Currently the cheapest place to buy it is from Instant Gaming who have it priced at £31.36. To put perspective on this deal, Amazon have it going for £37.95 which means you’ll save close to £7 with Instant Gaming.
Not an Amazon Prime member? Sign up here for a free 30-day trial.
Prepare for the biggest The Legend of Zelda adventure yet, with an open-air style that breaks new boundaries while honouring the origins of the acclaimed series. Get the latest installment for Zelda from Amazon (£46.00 with Amazon Prime is the cheapest price) in time for when the console launches on March 3rd, 2017.
- Preorder it at GAME for £59.99. Also receive an exclusive Only at GAME keyring and poster set.
- Preorder it at Zavvi for £57.99
- Preorder it at Amazon for £48.00. Save an additional £2 with Amazon Prime and get it for £46.00.
Battlefield 1 is usually priced around the £40 mark and has never gone below £32, so it’s kind of a big deal when it goes down in price. Today, you can score it from Amazon for £30.85, which makes it the cheapest Battlefield 1 has gone for.
You can find IGN’s Complete Guide and the best deals available, which includes games and accessories for the Nintendo Switch here.
Currently the cheapest place to pre-order the Nintendo Switch (Standard Grey) is with GameSeek.co.uk who have it priced at £198.50, although this price is not final.
The Nintendo Switch comes in at £279.99 at GAME.
If you’re into colours, GAME are also selling the Neon Red/Neon Blue version for £279.99
Join your friends in action-packed PS4 online multiplayer. Instant Gaming have dropped the asking price for a 12 Month Membership to just £33.54 which is currently the cheapest place to purchase 12 Months of PSN. Make sure you convert USD to GBP at the top right to see marked price.
Get the Nintendo 2DS Special Edition White/Red console with a pre-installed copy of New Super Mario Bros 2, plus 30 extra Challenges/Coin Rush Courses for £79.00 If you don’t fancy this colour, you can also get the Blue/Black version with Mario Kart 7 for £3 less.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – £19.85
Batman Arkham (PSVR) is Great value for its price. A game you’ll spend countless hours on and be thoroughly entertained.
Snag a physical copy of Fallout 4 with a Steelbook Cover and exclusive 3 postcard set for just £14.99 from GAME.
Steal a physical copy of DOOM from Amazon for £14.00.
Quantum Break – £12.99
Mortal Kombat XL – £14.85
Fallout 4 Steelbook & Postcards – £14.99
Pre-order Ghost Recon: Wildlands for £37.03, due for release March 7th, 2017.
Asus Radeon RX460 Dual OC 2GB GDDR5 AMD Graphics Card –
ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router –
Lenovo Tab 3 10.1 Inch 16GB Tablet –
Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard –
A copy of Pikmin 3 (Wii U) will only set you back £14.99.
Pokemon Monopoly – Kanto Edition –
The Hobbit Trilogy 3D – Extended Edition [Blu-ray] –
House M.D. – The Complete Collection [Blu-ray] –
Police Academy – The Complete Collection [Blu-ray] –