With Black Friday just over a week away, retailers have started posting their ads online, revealing what kind of deals consumers can look forward to this holiday season. Gamers may be particularly interested in the Black Friday 2016 ad from GameStop, which includes steep discounts on gaming software, hardware, and accessories, with an especially tempting PS4 Slim console bundle deal.
While supplies last, GameStop shoppers can pick up a PS4 Slim for $250, with two free games. Everyone that picks up the bundle will net a copy of the critically-acclaimed Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and will have a choice between two other well-received PlayStation titles. Besides Uncharted 4, anyone that picks up the Black Friday PS4 Slim bundle at GameStop can choose between The Last of Us Remastered and the Ratchet & Clank reboot.
Those more interested in buying a new Xbox One system instead of a PS4 will also have a good deal to look forward to at GameStop on Black Friday. Players can purchase a 500GB Xbox One S console with a free copy of Gears of War 4, the recently-released shooter that earned strong marks for its engaging multiplayer and Horde modes, as well as its exciting story campaign. The PS4 Slim deal technically offers more bang for your buck, but the Xbox One deal is impressive as well, and could help Microsoft extend its four month console sales winning streak even further.
On the software side of things, fans can look forward to drastically discounted games. For example, Batman: Arkham Knight can be purchased for a mere $9.99, along with other AAA titles like Star Wars Battlefront. Newer games are being discounted as well, with the popular Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 available for $39.99 each, $20 off the standard asking price for those titles.
Some of 2016’s biggest games are enjoying even deeper discounts than Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. For example, Gears of War 4 and Overwatch will both be available for $34.99 a pop. There will be plenty of other games available at even cheaper prices, with a variety of PS4 and Xbox One titles selling for as low as $9.99.
GameStop’s Black Friday ad gives gamers an opportunity to pick up a variety of solid new and used games without breaking the bank. Between GameStop, Kohl’s, Dell, and the other retailers that have posted their Black Friday ads, it looks like gamers will have good video game deals to choose from no matter their retailer of choice.
GameStop‘s Black Friday event begins November 24th and ends November 27th.
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