Somehow we’re approaching the end of the year already and that means we better get ourselves ready for all the PS4 Black Friday deals to come in 2020.
Most retailers have gone early this year, and so there’s a majority of good deals already live at your favourite online stores. So if you’re looking to snag an early PS4 bargain this Black Friday you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re after PS4 console, the beefier PS4 Pro, to fill out your games collection or a big discount on your next PS Plus subscription you’ll be able to find it right here. Plus, we’ve got our predictions for what other PlayStation goodies might be discounted later this year.
- The latest PS4 Black Friday deals
- PS4 Black Friday deals to expect in 2020
- Will the PS5 be on sale for Black Friday?
The latest PS4 Black Friday deals
As we’re into the main Black Friday sales week already, there’s a handful of decent console bundles on offer across different retailers this Black Friday. Not only that, but there are some hefty discounts on some of the PlayStation’s era-defining games such as The Last of Us Part 2, Final Fantasy 7: Remake and Days Gone. If you’ve slept on any of those this year, now’s the time to pick them up.
- PS4 Slim 1TB – buy from Best Buy for $299.99
- PS4 500GB with The Last of Us Remastered, Ratchet and Clank, God of War and Uncharted 4 – buy from GameStop for £299.99
- PlayStation VR – Marvel’s Iron Man Bundle – buy from Amazon for $349.99
- Cyberpunk 2077 – buy from Amazon for $49.94
- Watch Dogs: Legion – buy from Amazon for $29.99
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake – buy from Amazon for $54.99
- Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of The Year Edition – buy from Amazon for $19.99
- Ghost of Tsushima – buy from Amazon for $39.99
- FIFA 21 – buy from GameStop for $26.99
- The Last of Us Part 2 – buy from Amazon for $29.99
- God of War – buy from Amazon for $9.99
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition – buy from Amazon for $9.99
- The Last of Us Remastered – buy from Amazon for $9.99
- Days Gone – buy from Amazon for $19.99
- Just Dance 2021 – buy from Amazon for $29.99
- 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim – buy from GameStop for $29.99
- Madden NFL 21 – buy from Best Buy for $27.99
- DOOM Eternal – buy from GameStop for $16.99
- Kingdom Hearts: All-in-One Package – buy from GameStop for $19.99
- PS4 500GB FIFA 21 Bundle – buy from Amazon for £279.99
- PS4 Slim 500GB Cyberpunk 2077 bundle – buy from Base for £299.85
- PS4 500GB FIFA 21 Bundle + DualShock 4 Controller – buy from Amazon for £309.99
- Watch Dogs Legion – buy from Currys for £32.99
- Watch Dogs Legion Limited Edition – buy from Amazon for £35.99
- FIFA 21 – buy from Amazon for £32.99
- FIFA 21 Ultimate Edition – buy from Amazon for £51
- Marvel’s Avengers – buy from Currys for £22.99
- Marvel’s Avengers Deluxe Edition – buy from Amazon for £39.99
- Dark Souls Trilogy – buy from Amazon for £29.99
- DOOM Eternal – buy from Amazon for £16.99
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – buy from Base for £21.85
- Assassins Creed Odyssey – buy from Amazon for £17.19
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – buy from Amazon for £12.74
- Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – buy from Amazon for £17.99
- Dishonored and Prey: The Arkane Collection – buy from Amazon for £16.99
- Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition – buy from Amazon for £15.99
- Resident Evil 3 Remake – buy from Base for £18.85
- The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition – buy from Base for £13.85
- Destroy All Humans – buy from GAME for £17.49
More PS4 Black Friday deals to expect in 2020
With Sony still set to support the PS4 with major PS5 releases such as Horizon Forbidden West and Spider-Man: Miles Morales, we’re hoping that there should still be more units of the current-gen PS4 and PS4 Pro to be discounted over Black Friday.
Given they will still be sought-after, it’s difficult to see them being reduced to truly bargain basement prices. That said, offers in line with (or slightly better than) 2019 should be on the cards. We’ll be keeping an eye out for the return of last year’s more popular bundles, or newer ones that have been made available with The Last of Us Part 2 and FIFA 21.
You should obviously expect to see PS Plus memberships on sale, so that will be a great time to extend your membership as we head into the PS5 era.
Similarly, there’s a good chance that the game download and streaming service PS Now will also be reduced after it was discounted by 30 per cent over Amazon Prime Day. Sony’s attempt to compete with Game Pass is steadily gaining traction, with the likes of Spider-Man and Days Gone having recently been available through it. Sony has already launched its Black Friday PSN sale with discounts on games such as Ghosts of Tsushima and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice GOTY Edition.
Next to that, we’ll be hunting down offers for some of the console’s top games and accessories. This includes Black Friday favourite PSVR. Will we simply see the same offers as last year or will a more significant discount be on the way? We’ll just have to wait and see over the coming weeks!
Will the PS5 be on sale for Black Friday?
Absolutely not. Pre-orders for Sony’s next-gen console completely sold out in the blink of an eye back in October, so definitely don’t expect a discount on the PS5 this Black Friday – especially when it’ll only have been out for two weeks (or one week in some regions)! There probably won’t be anything on the next-gen games or accessories, either.
Heck, we might only be lucky enough to get some new stock of the console before the year is out. Sony has said they are aiming to have the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition available to buy again at launch, but we don’t expect these units to stick around for long.
Some new PS5 stock could be held back to the Black Friday sales period to take advantage of the increased spending. That said, with the way the console has flown off the digital shelves already, we’re sure Sony just wants to get more out there as soon as possible.
Until then, there should be enough here to get you ready for the main event. We’ll continue to update the page will any more early PS4 Black Friday deals as and when we spot them. Or, why not give Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter for up-to-the-minute bargains from across the web?