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Best Amazon Prime Day gaming deals in the UK

Prime Day Gaming Deals UK
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Mark your calendars and prepare those mouse-clicking fingers. Amazon Prime Day is here and outside of E3, it’s the most wonderful time of the year for gamers!

Whether it’s extending your PS Plus subscription for cheap, snagging a few great games for less, picking up some accessories to improve your gaming, or even investing in a brand-new gaming laptop or desktop, you can expect to see some big deals across all areas this Prime Day.

Last year, we saw PlayStation, Microsoft, Nintendo and PC all face the price-cut chopping board. We expect 2021 to be the same, so get this page bookmarked along with our Prime Day hub and prepare to shop.

And don’t forget — you need an Amazon Prime subscription to snag these offers.

What are the best Amazon Prime Day gaming deals?

As you can see, you've got some some decent price cuts on some of the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S launch libraries, along with previous-gen games, too.

Not only that but there are some discount console bundles and gaming laptops, too!

Best Amazon Prime Day gaming deals right now

Nintendo Switch: was £299 now £279 @ Amazon UK
Both a great home console and portable gaming machine, sporting an insanely good library of games, the Nintendo Switch is a must-have for any gamer! From Mario Odyssey to Zelda: Breath of the Wild, there’s nothing quite like them out there.

Hitman 3 (PS5): was £59.99 now £34.99 @ Amazon UK
Jump into the shoes of Agent 47 for the best entry in the World Of Assassination trilogy! Hitman 3 takes you across the globe for the creative killing action that IO Interactive is famous for. Plus, regular monthly challenges keep the game fresh.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Xbox): was £57.99 now £29.48 @ Amazon UK
Another kind of assassin story, which is far more of a grand adventuring RPG, Valhalla takes you on a journey as a Norse berserker on his quest for revenge — spanning hours of gameplay and with a visceral combat system and a gorgeous visual style that draws you into the dark ages.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: was £34.99, now £19.99 @ Amazon UK
What happens when you take Uncharted, mix it with a hint of Dark Souls and set it in the Star Wars universe? You get the epic single player Fallen Order! Save 43% on this awesome experience now.

Best gaming laptop & console deals

Razer Blade 15 Base Model: was £1,099.98 now £799.99 @ Amazon
Easily among the most mouthwatering gaming laptop deals on Prime Day, this discount brings the popular Razer Blade 15 Base Edition with a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and GTX 1660 Ti to well under £1,000.

Oculus Quest 2: was £299 now £279 @ Amazon
The Oculus Quest 2 is the best VR headset for the price. Now, it's even made better with a £20 price cut. This second-generation 64GB version of the popular standalone VR headset enhances everything we loved about the original Oculus Quest. 

Nintendo Switch Lite: was £199.99 now £174.99 @ Amazon
Whether you're a fan of Blue, Coral, or Grey, the fantastic Nintendo Switch Lite has a price cut worth checking out. Now £25 off, it's Compact and lightweight with a sleek, unibody design, the Switch Lite is great for handheld gaming anywhere. 

MSI GP66 Leopard with RTX 3070: was £1,699, now £1,249.99 @ Amazon UK
MSI’s GP66 Leopard is an impressive portable gaming rig, made even better with a £300 price cut. This configuration features an RTX 3070 GPU, 10th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB storage, alongside a 15.6-inch FHD display with 144Hz refresh rate. 

Dell G5 with RTX 2070: was £1,399, now £1,199 @ Amazon UK
Don’t necessarily need the latest and greatest? The RTX 2070 in this Dell G5 is still a beast, and it costs you at least £100 less than the above options. Alongside this, you’ll find a gorgeous 1080p display with buttery smooth 144Hz refresh rate, 10th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB NVMe storage.

MSI GF63 Thin: was £799 now £684.96 @ Amazon
This killer gaming laptop deal sees the MSI GF63 Thin with a £270 price cut. Expect an Intel Core i5-10300H, a capable Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB NVMe SSD all in a stylish chassis. 

HTC Vive Pro VR headset: was £1,299.99, now £1,019 @ Amazon UK
Get £280.99 off one of the best VR experiences you can get right now. The AMOLED displays with 2880 x 1660 resolution provide a razor sharp picture with a buttery smooth 90Hz refresh rate. This is paired with incredible hi res spatial audio, and a comfortable, ergonomic fit for hours of fun in one session.

Alienware m15 R4 with RTX 3080: was £2,899, now £2,464.15 @ Amazon UK
Want something more top-of-the-range to make your friends jealous and squeeze every last bit of ray tracing juice out of Cyberpunk? Alienware’s m15 R4 rocks a 10th gen Intel Core i7, 32GB RAM, a 1 TB SSD, gorgeous 15-inch 1080p display with 300Hz refresh rate a beasty RTX 3080 GPU and most importantly, a discount of over £400.

Best PlayStation Prime Day deals

Cyberpunk 2077 + Steelbook: was £69.99, now £24.15 @ Amazon UK
After being recently re-admitted to the PS Store, Cyberpunk 2077 is now (finally) playable with £38 off this special edition. If you haven’t experienced the atmosphere and uniquely immersive world of Cyberpunk yet, you owe it to yourself to do so at this price!

Watch Dogs Legion (PS5): was £57.99, now £21.99 @ Amazon UK
Take your hacking exploits to London and save £36. Whether it’s the addictive gameplay, immersive single player world or multiplayer exploits, Watch Dogs Legion is a really fun experience. Plus, the British accents are hilarious to anyone living here in Blighty.

Immortals Fenyx Rising (PS5): was £57.99, now £21.49 @ Amazon UK
This bright and vivid fantasy world is just begging to be explored at £36.50 off! Immortals Fenyx Rising is a witty take on the free roaming action adventure RPG that puts you in the shoes of a demigod fighting to save the other Gods of the realm.

Doom Eternal (PS4): was £59.99, now £14 @ Amazon UK
Get one of the best FPS titles of 2020 with £47 off the price! I don’t need to say much more than that — Doom Eternal is an addictive shooter that adds an impressive level of verticality to the gameplay chaos that is underlined with impressive visuals and a banging soundtrack.

Far Cry 5 (PS4): was £42.99, now £13.99 @ Amazon UK
Far Cry has quickly established itself as one of the standout games for any console with its unique blend of free-roaming gameplay, FPS mechanics, RPG elements and a gripping story (usually involving some sort of captivating villain). Far Cry 5 is no different — don’t miss saving £29 on the cover price!

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope (PS4): was £24.99, now £17.29 @ Amazon UK
From the team who created the awesome Until Dawn, Supermassive Games have been creating some amazingly creepy horror experiences as part of their Dark Pictures Anthology. Little Hope tells the story of four college students trapped in an abandoned town with gameplay similar to Telltale’s The Walking Dead.

Best Xbox Prime Day deals

Hitman 2: was £54.99, now £12.99 @ Amazon UK
The second iteration of the world of assassination trilogy puts you in the shoes of Agent 47 across a wide swath of diverse, vivid levels — a personal favourite being the race track. Seriously, with £42 off, you really should add this to your library.

FIFA 21 Ultimate Edition: was £89.99, now £26.99 @ Amazon UK
The annual onslaught of FIFA action means you can get FIFA 21 for dirt cheap on Prime Day — £63 off to be specific! If you’ve felt captured by the Euros, this may be what you need to tide yourself over the summer when England inevitably crash out on penalties (but sure, it’s coming home). 

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Xbox): was £54.99, now £15.99 @ Amazon UK
Take your assassination exploits back to Ancient Roman times and save £39 in the process! AC Odyssey is a historically accurate visual feast with over 30 hours of gameplay, multiple endings and dramatic set piece battlefields.

Best Nintendo Switch deals

Just Dance 2020: was £49.99, now £21.49 @ Amazon UK
Need a good party game that gets everyone up and moving? Just Dance 2020 is now 57% off! Seriously, people may scoff at it whenever it shows up at an Ubisoft E3 conference, but it’s a ton of fun and packed with all the songs you could possibly want. 

Lego Worlds: was £34.99, now £23.49 @ Amazon UK
With a third off, Lego Worlds is a great middle ground between Minecraft and the physical building bricks. Enjoy this open universe of procedurally-generated worlds and build to your heart’s content.

Lego The Incredibles: was £34.99, now £23.49 @ Amazon UK
Whether you’re a long time fan of the Lego adventure game since the early Star Wars days, or you’re a newcomer, Lego The Incredibles is a thoroughly fun few hours of action that is easily shared with others! Get 33% off now. 

Best PC Gaming deals

Star Wars: Squadrons: was £34.99, now £14.99 @ Amazon UK
Outside of the lightsaber battles, what were the best bits of any Star Wars film? The space battles, of course! Get 57% off the incredible Star Wars: Squadrons, which brings serious X-Wing vs Tie Fighter vibes to 2021.

Battlefield V: was £34.99, now £9.99 @ Amazon UK
Now that Battlefield 2042 is now a reality, you can look forward to seeing some seriously big discounts across the library, such as 71% off the WW2 epic Battlefield V. Take part in epic battles that are intense at every turn. 

Best Gaming Accessories deals

Razer Huntsman Elite: was £199 now £119.99 @ Amazon
One of the best gaming keyboards on the market, the Razer Huntsman Elite is now £80 off. With awesome opto-mechanical switches, mesmerising RGB lighting effects, and comfortable wrist rest, this is the keyboard for, well, elite gamers. 

Razer Viper Ultimate with Charging Base: was £169 now £86.99 @ Amazon
This wireless gaming mouse is used by professional esport players, and now that the Razer Viper Ultimate is just under 50% off, it's a steal. Now with an £83 discount, it features a 20K DPI optical sensor as well as 8 programmable buttons and up to 70 hours of battery life.

Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed: was £59.99 now £33.99 @ Amazon
Save £26 on this wireless gaming mouse with a whopping 450 hours of battery. Offering up clicky mechanical switches, six programmable buttons, and a 5G optical sensor, this is a fantastic deal at £33.99. 

HyperX Cloud II: was £74.99 now £55.29 @ Amazon
With its sleek aluminum frame, memory foam ear cups, and 7.1 Surround Sound, the HyperX Cloud 2 gaming headset is one of the best gaming headsets you can get. 

SteelSeries Arctis 3: was £89.99 now £51.99 @ Amazon
With compatibility across all platforms, spatial audio capability through the custom-tuned 40mm speaker drivers and an ultra-light, comfortable design, this is an ideal headset for long gaming sessions and beyond (thanks to the 3.5mm jack).

Thrustmaster ESWAP Pro Controller: was £149.99, now £98 @ Amazon UK
Go pro and customise your controller to your heart’s content with the Thrustmaster ESWAP! Save £50 on this eSports-tier pad with impressive modularity.

Roccat Vulnak TKL Pro keyboard: was £149.99, now £109.99 @ Amazon UK
Get £40 off this top tier gaming keyboard with lightning fast Titan optical switches, a premium aluminium design and vivid RGB backlighting. 

Turtle Beach Recon 70 headset (PS4, PS5, Xbox, Switch): was £29.99, now £22.99 @ Amazon UK
Compatible across all consoles and PC too, the Turtle Beach Recon 70 is an impressive headset at an even more impressive price. This wired headset features a comfortable, lightweight design with 40mm drivers and a microphone arm that is muted automatically by lifting it.

Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 (Xbox): was £129.99, now £109.99 @ Amazon UK
Need something a little more upmarket as an Xbox owner? The Turtle Beach Stealth 700 is £20 off right now and features incredible 50mm Nanoclear drivers, a strong lag-free wireless connection and a long 20-hour battery life. 

How do I get these Amazon Prime Day gaming deals?

As the name “Amazon Prime Day” may suggest, you need Amazon Prime to get access to these offers. 

Normally it’s £7.99, but Amazon is offering a 30-day trial to see what the service is like and make the most of these discounts. That means if you just want the sale, you can cancel straight after. But, for Prime Video, music, Kindle books and the free next-day delivery, you may want to stick around.

 Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.