These PS5 games are under £15 in Amazon's Cyber Monday sale

Grab great PlayStation 5 games for less cash

Amazon Black Friday deals on PS5 games
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If you've got a PlayStation 5 and are looking for games to play this winter that won't cost the usual £70 per disc (or download) then Amazon's Black Friday and, indeed, Cyber Monday sales are well worth a look. That's because it has a bunch of PS5 titles for cheap-as-you-like prices for £15 and under.

View all PS5 games for under £15 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The games on offer include the top-tier versus fighter Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, the super story-driven Life Is Strange: True Colors, Rainbow Six: Extraction (opens in new tab), Immortals: Fenyx Rising (opens in new tab), among plenty more. 

And if you're feeling a little more flush, then I've already highlighted the Best PS5 games-only deals, which include titles such as Elden Ring and Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales for much less than RRP. But if it's budget you want then I've curated the best of the sub-£15 bunch below to save you scrolling through pages on Amazon.

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Alan Wake Remastered: was £24.99, now £12.98 on Amazon (opens in new tab) 

It's a classic for a reason. And now it's priced so you have no excuse not to experience it. The PS5 'Remaster' brings the action-adventure survival game up to date, your goal to help novelist, that's Alan Wake, but of course, to unravel the mystery of his wife's disappearance...

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate: was £24.99 (opens in new tab)

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate: was £24.99, now £13.47 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

This super discount will see fighting game fans shout "GET OVER 'ERE! (and into my shopping basket)", as bloody (like really bloody) versus fighter Mortal Kombat 11 falls to a new low price. The Ultimate edition comes with all DLC, too.

Life Is Strange: True Colors: was £24.95 (opens in new tab)

Life Is Strange: True Colors: was £24.95, now £14.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

This beautiful story-driven game, the sequel to a staggeringly original, um, original, is an ideal playthrough for those who like psychological drama. Wildly underrated in my book this one. 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: was £19.85 (opens in new tab)

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: was £19.85, now £14.99 at Argos (opens in new tab)

This shooter action-adventure is a must for any Star Wars fan. First released in 2019, the PS5 revamp plugs into the system's greater graphical abilities to deliver an even stronger experience. Amazon's pricing went up,  but you can still buy at Argos!

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition: was £34.99 (opens in new tab)

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition: was £34.99, now £17.49 at PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

The Japanese hack-n-slash adventure has a massive cult following and for those who love the franchise this is a clear five-star game. I know it's infuriatingly now over the £15 price point, but PlayStation's own store has the best current price, if it's still of interest.

Deathloop:  was £69.99 (opens in new tab)

Deathloop: was £69.99, now £14.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

I had to do a double-take when I first saw this price tag. As one of the best new-gen titles to launch in the last year, Deathloop's infectious gameplay is a must-have for such a low price. 

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction Limited Edition:  was £18.99 (opens in new tab)

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction Limited Edition: was £18.99, now £13.12 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save 31% – this limited edition version includes the Obscura Pack digital content.

Mike Lowe
Tech Editor

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