Amazon Offers Massive Discount on Horizon Forbidden West


Horizon Forbidden West has dropped to just $27 at Amazon after the October Prime Day sales. That means you don’t need an Amazon Prime membership to access the deal, and you can go ahead and purchase the game right away if you want to. This is a $43 discount compared to the MSRP, making this one of the best deals we’ve ever seen on the 2022 Game of the Year contender.

But, it’s worth noting that because this is such a good deal, we could see the game sell out incredibly quickly. So, to avoid disappointment, make your purchase ASAP. Plus, it’s also worth considering that Horizon Forbidden West is also available to play at no extra cost for PS Plus Extra subscribers.

Amazon Offers Massive Discount on Horizon Forbidden West

More PS5 Video Game Deals Still Live

This will be your last chance to secure any of these deals now that Prime Day has ended, with only a few left hanging on after the sale finished (until they inevitably reappear during the Black Friday sales). Amazon is still delivering remarkable discounts, marking some of the best we’ve encountered on first-party PS5 games. Here’s a roundup of the absolute best Prime Day offers still available for PS4 and PS5 games.

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Should I Buy a PS5 During Black Friday?

If you are in need of a PS5, there’s no real reason to delay your purchase and you can take advantage of any available sale. If you’re desperate to pick up a console before the likes of Spider-Man 2, go ahead and buy one as they’re now regularly available.

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However, it’s worth noting that during sales like Black Friday, there may be new unique bundles and promotions for the PS5 that are not offered at any other time of the year. This suggests there will be ample opportunities to score a PS5 at more affordable prices if you’re willing to wait a bit longer for Black Friday 2023 and beyond.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.



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