Black Friday brings offers–a–plenty


Thanksgiving in America returns in 2021 and brings with it the Black Friday Deals. This is a great time to shop for presents, trinkets and yourself. Gaming sees huge offerings every Black Friday and this year is no different. The PlayStation Store has deals on all the year’s latest games.

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FIFA 22, NHL 22, Madden 22, NBA 2k22, and other sports games all see large discounts, while critically acclaimed games are also on offer including Far Cry 6, Hitman 3, and Psychonaughts 2.

There is a similar story on the Xbox Live Store with Far Cry, Riders Republic and even the Assassins Creed Trilogy receiving discounts. Xbox has great exclusives and offers Forza Horizon 4 at £18.14 and Halo 5: Guardians for £5.99. Xbox also features a discount on the Master Chief Collection retailing at £14.99.

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Amazon offers the widest range of Black Friday Deals across its platform and sees discounts on all sorts of games. Amazon is offering Ghost of Tsushima, one of 2020’s best games for £44.99. Meanwhile, Far Cry 6 is discounted to £39.99 and the sports games see similar savings to both the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Live Store.

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Sadly, so far it seems that Amazon’s offerings are mainly game-related as very little hardware is being discounted. Controllers for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series are yet to be discounted and there is no change to VR headset prices. Thankfully, if in all the Black Friday deals you can’t find what you want, then Cyber Monday should serve up just as many if not more deals.

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