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Get a DualShock 4 and one of the top PS4 games for just £40 with Prime Day

Grab a PS4 controller and one of the best games of the generation for just £40 this Amazon Prime Day
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If you're even vaguely interested in a new Dualshock 4, you need to see this deal that basically gets you a free pad with one of the best PS4 games for only £39.99. That's right, for £10 less than the standard price of a DualShock 4, you can get a PS4 pad (in black, blue, red, pink, or white) complete with a copy of The Last of Us Remastered, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, or Horizon Zero Dawn. As someone who has already platinumed all three games and doesn't need a spare controller... this deal is still tempting because it's such good value for money. Definitely one of the best Amazon Prime Day deals so far.

What makes this deal even better is the fact that the controllers come in plenty of different colours. Whether you're a fan of the classic matte black, you want racing red, or the metallic pink takes your fancy, you're not just stuck to the basics.

On top of that, if you go for Horizon Zero Dawn, it's not just the base version of the game you're getting. This is the complete edition, so it comes with the renowned Frozen Wilds DLC that adds a huge snowy expansion to the story. No matter which game you choose, you're getting incredible value for money, especially since all the games will work with no problems on PS5, as will the controller. 

Below are three examples of the bundles, but you can pair the colours and games any way you like.

DualShock 4 and game bundle

There are plenty of other great deals to choose from in the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals, and we'll be covering them on the site throughout the sales event. For example, you can get big discounts in the Amazon Prime Day laptop deals and Amazon Prime Day TV deals. Magic!

If you fancy giving PC gaming a go, look no further than this £630 gaming laptop as one of the best deals of the day.

Ford James

One of the resident guide writers around these parts, give me a game and I will write every "how to" I possibly can or die trying. When I'm not knee-deep in a game to write guides on, you'll find me hurtling round the track in F1 2020, flinging balls on my phone in Pokemon Go, pretending to know what I'm doing in Football Manager 2020, clicking on heads in Valorant, or mowing down hordes of enemies in Outriders.