Unfortunately, while not discounted, the equally excellent Shadow of the Colossus, The Last Guardian and WipEout Omega Collection are also available with swish new artwork for £29.99 each.
Of course, there’s plenty more to come from the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. This November, Hideo Kojima’s baffling adventure Death Stranding launches, while The Last of Us Part 2 is due in February.
Then there’s Ghost of Tsushima, which looks every bit as good as Sucker Punch’s previous game Infamous: Second Son.
PlayStation 5 is confirmed to be targeting a holiday 2020 release, and we can’t wait to see if any of these high-profile exclusives will be receiving a sequel.
With confirmation of the new console’s controller offering haptic feedback, and with specific mention of drawing back the string on a bow, we’d be very surprised if a Horizon: Zero Dawn sequel isn’t one of the first big titles to launch on PS5.