news\ Nov 5, 2017 at 1:26 pm

PS Plus members can get Horizon: Zero Dawn plus The Frozen Wilds expansion cheaper than Complete Edition right now

You don't have long to take advantage of this.

If you're a PlayStation Plus member who has been waiting on the Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition, you might want to pounce on a combination sale and pre-order price. Horizon: Zero Dawn's base game is currently on sale for $27.99 until Tuesday, November 7th at 9:00 AM while pre-ordering The Frozen Wilds DLC comes at a discounted rate of $14.99.

Buying the two right now gets you a combined price of $42.98, while the Complete Edition, which goes on sale on December 5th, will retail for $49.99. It's not a massive amount of savings, but every little bit helps, and you're only missing out on a few of the extras from the Digital Deluxe version.

Here's what comes in the Deluxe version:

  • The Art of Horizon Zero Dawn Digital Art Book

  • Exclusive PS4 Theme

  • Carja Storm Ranger Outfit and Mighty Bow

  • Banuk Trailblazer Outfit and Culling Bow

  • Banuk Traveller Pack

  • Carja Trader Pack

  • Nora Keeper Pack

If you can live without these extras, then this PS Plus exclusive deal is one worth pursuing. The Frozen Wilds releases on November 7th, so you don't have long to make a decision.

[PlayStation Store]

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