Get Gran Turismo 7 and Horizon Forbidden West for AU$70 in Amazon's Gaming Week sale

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Amazon Australia is running a Gaming Week sale starting from today, and it's a decent opportunity to grab some cheap games between now and Black Friday. The range on offer isn't quite as impressive as we saw during Amazon Prime Day 2022, but given how expensive everything is at the moment, it's good to see something going cheap.

First-party PS5 games are among the highlights, in particular a copy of Horizon Forbidden West for AU$70. That's about the lowest we've seen it, though it's been available for AU$79 before. Likewise, another 2022 first-party Sony game is discounted in the form of Gran Turismo 7, which is AU$70, down from AU$124.95.

Here's a list of the PS5 highlights:

Horizon Forbidden West (PS5)

PlayStation games discounted on Amazon
Amazon has quite a few highlights for PS5 owners, including one of the best prices we've seen for Ratchet & Clank to date. Here's the picks:

Horizon Forbidden West (PS5) | AU$124.95 AU$70
Gran Turismo 7 (PS5) | AU$124.95 AU$70
Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate | AU$124.95 AU$79
Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut | AU$124.95 AU$79
Sackboy: A Big Adventure (PS5) | AU$109.95 AU$69
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (PS5) | AU$124.95 AU$69
Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) | AU$79.95 AU$42

There's also a smattering of third-party PS5 discounts, such as Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order for AU$28.45 (down from AU$40) and The Quarry for AU$68.95 (down from AU$109.95).

Most of these prices were equalled or slightly bettered during Amazon Prime Day, with the exception of Horizon Forbidden West and Gran Turismo 7. Still, with a lot of things increasing in price (including the PS5 itself!) bargains are always welcome, and Black Friday sure does feel like a long way away.

Don't have a PS5 yet? Keep an eye on our regularly updated guides to PS5 stock updates in Australia.

Shaun Prescott
Australian Editor, Games Group

Shaun is the Australian editor and news writer for our sister site, PC Gamer, but he occasionally dabbles on GamesRadar too. He mostly plays platformers and RPGs, and keeps a close eye on anything of particular interest to antipodean audiences. He (rather obsessively) tracks the movements of the Doom modding community, too.