We’re onto Day 2 of Black Friday deals week and the list of discounts, bundles and offers continues to grow and grow. Let’s take a looka t the best deals of today.
As is standard for this week, these will primarily be gaming deals. If you’re interested in checking out various techy or non-gaming related deals, head over to Jelly Deals where we’ll be keeping track of deals on everything from TVs to Chromecasts. We also have pages dedicated to PS4 Black Friday deals and Xbox One Black Friday deals right here on VG247.
UK & US Deals
Green Man Gaming’s PC download Black Friday deals are now officially a thing, with the site offering an extra 10% off (on top of the already discounted price) to anyone who enters the code BLACKFRIDAY10 at checkout. Here are some highlights from the sale with the prices representing the discounts including the extra 10% off.
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for £24.11 / $35.99
- Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20th Anniversary Celebration for £24.11 / $35.99
- The Orange Box for £2.69 / $3.41
- XCOM 2 for £15.11 / $25.71
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for £12.41 / $15.56
- Grand Theft Auto 5 for £17.09 / $25.71
If you happen to have missed any number of the latest Mortal Kombat game’s various releases but are curious enough to dive in with the most komplete version to date, you can currently pick up the PS4 and Xbox One versions for £12.85 in the UK.
Over in the US, the slightly more recent PC release of the game is down to $23.99 at NewEgg.
Gears of War 4 is having no shortage of price reductions this week, but if you’re after a digital copy of the game (which includes the WIndows 10 version of the game for free along with the Xbox One copy) you can head over to Microsoft’s own store and grab it for £25.04 / $35.99 for the next week. If the standard edition of the game just isn’t enough for you, you can also pick up the Ultimate Edition at a discount. That version comes with the Season Pass on top of everything else.
Perhaps inspired by HMV’s premature Black Friday signage about Titanfall 2, Amazon UK has reduced the price of the PC download version of the game down to £24.99 right this very moment, as we live and breathe. This is for an Origin key, so it’ll be delivered via e-mail and you can redeem and get Titaning as soon as humanly possible. This price is now the cheapest way to get the game on PC to date, at least for now.
If you like your EA-published first-person shooters to be a little less about jumping and robots and a little more rooted firmly in reality, you can pick up a PC download copy of Battlefield 1 for £29.99 at Amazon UK instead.
Well, Amazon is having itself a bit of an EA download picnic today, isn’t it? Not only have Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 seen reductions today, but now Star Wars Battlefront on PC can be bought for £9.99, though this doesn’t include the year’s worth of downloadable content released since then.
If The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is more your kind of thing, that one is also on sale at Amazon UK as a digital download, though this time in the form of a GOG key, for £12.79 for a limited time. It’s the standard version rather than the fully-featured Game of the Year edition, but you can also pick up Hearts of Stone for £5.99.
The not-quite-Dead-Island title from the makers of Dead Island, Dying Light is available to buy in its jam-packed Enhanced Edition form on PS4 and Xbox One for a mere £13.69 over at Base. This is the version that includes the game’s Following downloadable content pack.
Yeah, you’ve probably heard all about Homefront: The Revolution by now and you may have already made up your mind on whether you wanted to play this one. However, if I told you that the game was £13.99 on PS4 and Xbox One today only at Zavvi, would that help at all?
Amazon UK is offering up an exclusive PS4 bundle with a bit of a price cut at the moment. If you fancy a 500GB Slim PS4 console with Amazon-exclusive steelbook copies of Battlefield 1 and FIFA 17, it can be yours for £269.99 today.
The most impeccably timed Amazon US discount possible right now is the day-of-DLC-release discount of Tom Clancy’s The Division. If you’ve ever even remotely considered picking up this game, there has quite literally never been a better time. It’s down to $9.99 on Xbox One and PC right now which takes it securely away from a potential buy and into ‘give it a shot’ territory. Earlier today, the deal existed on PS4 as well but the thing is selling fast and PS4 copies didn’t last too long.
GameStop US began its Black Friday offers today and one of their first orders of business was to cut the price of the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Call of Duty Infinite Warfare down to $39.99 for a limited time. That’s a $20 saving less than a month after launch, with all the Kit Harrington you could want.
These prices are also available over at Amazon US, where you can also grab the Legacy Edition (featuring Modern Warfare Remastered) for $69.99.
Over at GameStop US, Dark Souls 3 has fallen victim to the site’s Black Friday deals rampage, becoming available on PS4 and Xbox One for the lowest price yet – $19.99 on either format.
If you’re an Xbox One owner and/or a cowboy, you can grab a boxed copy of Red Dead Redemption Game of the Year Edition on Xbox 360 for $14.99 and take advantage of the newer console’s backwards compatibility to play through John Marston’s wild west adventures all over again.
As a part of GameStop US’s Black Friday offerings, Battleborn has officially reached the hobby-grade price of $9.99 on Xbox One and PS4. This also includes GameStop’s exclusive version that came with a little figurine, too.
It’s PS4 bundle time! Firstly, we have GameStop’s offers on consoles for $299.99. For that price, you’ll get a 500GB Slim PS4 console with Destiny The Collection and a copy of either Black Ops 3 or Uncharted 4. Your call.
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is two games in one. It’s also down to $14.99 on PS4 and Xbox One over at Amazon US right now. That makes it $7.49 per game. That ain’t half bad, right?
If your loyalties lie on the Xbox side of the fence, you can grab an older model Xbox One 1TB console along with a copy of The Division for $249.99 at GameStop US right now. If you fancy getting 12 months Xbox Live Gold while you’re there, it’ll cost you another $50 on top.
Last one for today! Grand Theft Auto 5 is reduced down to $34.99 as part of GameStop US’s Black Friday sale. That’s the price the game will run you on Xbox One or PS4 this week from the retailer.
That’s all for today, folks. We’ll be back tomorrow for more of the best of the Black Friday offerings.The nature of Black Friday deals being what they are, any of these deals can (and probably will) sell out quickly, so be sure to jump on something you like when you see it. If you want to stay as up to date as possible with the Black Friday deals as they arrive, head over to Jelly Deals or find us on Twitter or Facebook.