Horizon: Zero Dawn Gets Discounted to $30 for Limited Time at Retail

Both Amazon and Best Buy are offering all-time low prices on the acclaimed PS4 exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn for a limited time.

on July 24, 2017 10:42 AM

Released earlier this year, the long-awaited Horizon: Zero Dawn has quickly become one of the year’s most-acclaimed titles (and a Game of the Year contender) thanks to its lush visuals and stunning open-world, with the game now at an all-time low price at retail for those that have yet to jump in.

Horizon: Zero Dawn is currently available for $29.99 at both Amazon and Best Buy (even lower if you have a membership with GCU), marking one of the lowest prices that the title has seen yet since its release back in February this year. Suffice it to say, at that price the game is quite a steal given its critical acclaim and dozens of hours of gameplay waiting for you.

Our own Giuseppe Nelva reviewed the title back when it launched and awarded the game one of our incredibly rare 10.0 scores – you can find out why below:

Ultimately, Horizon Zero Dawn is an absolutely fantastic game. It’s very polished, and comes with a compelling story, relatable characters, an absolutely fascinating setting, and top-notch gameplay. On top of that, its visuals will make you wonder if Santa secretly sneaked into your room to replace your PS4 with a gaming PC while you were asleep. It simply looks that good.

The development team delivered a game that simply has it all, and on top of that comes with a large content suite that will keep you entertained for ten of hours. In years past, they may have struggled to deliver a true masterpiece, but this is it.

Guerrilla Games has broken free from the claustrophobic limits of linear shooters and has spread its wings with a gorgeous open world RPG that sets itself as a strong contender for game of the year… and it’s only February.

Horizon: Zero Dawn is available now for PS4.

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Ryan is the Features Editor at DualShockers, with over five years' experience in the world of video games culture and writing. He holds a BA in English & Cinema from Binghamton University, and lives in New York City.