‘Tis the Season to be gaming! It appears the deals on the Black Friday 2016 sale are extremely affordable and ought to bring gamers back into their fields. Leaks on the sale revealed very deep discounts on console bundles.
Microsoft and Sony appear not to be content with just giving out free games for both their Xbox Live and PS Plus Subscribers. It seems their participation in the Black Friday 2016 sale will bring smiles to gamers worldwide.
According to Game Rant, the console bundles from the two tech giants will become very affordable in the big day – which means players can finally spend their savings with all the glory in the world.
The site details at least three retailers, namely Sam’s Club, Dell and eBay, that are offering deals even casual gamers will find hard to resist.
Black Friday 2016 Sale: Gaming Season is Here!
Players can see the deals through BestBlackFriday, which has all the options gamers can choose from for the momentous occasion. At the moment, it seems Sam’s Club has the best options for gamers so far.
Are your wallets ready for the big day? Here are the deals from the retailers below, and stay tuned for more updates:
- 500GB PlayStation 4 – Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 ($249)
- 500GB PlayStation 4 – Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End ($249)
- 500GB Xbox One S – Battlefield 1 (download) Bundle w/extra controller ($249)
- 500GB Xbox One S – Minecraft (download) Bundle w/extra controller ($249)
- 500GB Xbox One – Battlefield 1 and Gears of War 4 w/Extra controller ($299) (online exclusive)
- 500GB Xbox One – Battlefield 1 and Gears of War 4 w/Extra controller ($249)
- PlayStation 4 Slim – Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End ($249.99)
It appears that Sony will be offering a major discount for players. However, fans will understand the necessary move given the recent release of the PlayStation 4 Pro. This means the original PlayStation 4 will be sold at a discounted price to maintain sales.
Meanwhile, the Xbox One S will inevitably have a price drop for Black Friday. This is given that the competition will be releasing its new console soon. It seems the console wars are tipping towards Sony, with the title being held by Microsoft for the past few months.