Horizon Zero Dawn on PS4 is down to just £24.99

If you’re looking for a great deal on an absolutely brilliant PS4 game, look no further.

Argos is selling Horizon Zero Dawn for PS4 at a bargain price of just £24.99. That’s not bad considering that the game only released back on March 1, 2017 in Europe.

For price comparison, Game lists the R.R.P as £44.99, although has dropped the price to £29.99 giving the increase price competition. However, Argos is the cheapest price we’ve been able to find the game for so far.

Buy Now: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) at Argos for £24.99

Horizon Zero Dawn is an RPG that’s available exclusively on the PS4. It’s an open-world game that follows the story of Aloy, a hunter and archer who lives in a wild dominated by robots.

We gave Horizon Zero Dawn a very respectable 4.5/5 score in our review, praising it as the most gorgeous console game ever made, and lauding its engaging story and wide roster of playable content.

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Buy Now: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) at Argos for £24.99

Here’s our reviewer’s verdict, written around the time of the game’s launch:

“I didn’t expect Horizon Zero Dawn to be this good. I doubt I’ll be the only one saying they were surprised that the Killzone developer has been able to deliver a game with such breadth, depth and consistently rewarding gameplay.”

“Couple all of that with a compelling story led by an engaging lead protagonist and you have a brilliant game, an absolute must-buy for all PS4 owners.”

“Those with a PS4 Pro and an HDR TV will find an even more beautiful experience on offer, but everybody who plays Horizon: Zero Dawn is in for an absolute treat.”

Buy Now: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) at Argos for £24.99

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