Sony announces Playstation deals for #BlackFriday



GameStop's Black Friday deals have started early this year, with some deals running through Wednesday, November 21st, and others running longer. And while no one is really sure how far behind its closest competitor, Microsoft's Xbox One, is, the consensus is that the PS4 leads by a very wide margin.

Representing a saving of 20%, the discounted Black Friday price will only be available until November 27.

The Xbox One S is reduced in price ahead of Black Friday, too. This will undoubtedly be one of the most popular bundle during 2018 holiday shopping season. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for $45, God of War for $25, and PUBG (Xbox One) for $15. We'll be updating this list regularly, so check often for more discounts and offers.

GameStop is offering tons of PlayStation 4 deals, including console bundles, and games. Again, specific numbers aren't provided here, but for reference, Sony's latest financial report recorded 34.3 million PlayStation Plus subscriber as of September 30, 2018. You'll get a physical copy of the game as well as a 1TB PS4 console and a matching DualShock 4 Wireless Controller with your purchase. This is one of the more affordable bundles around at the moment, and if you're interested in the game and have been thinking about getting a PlayStation 4, this is a no-brainer. This is their Black Friday price but you can snag it now with free shipping and no lines!

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So, let's take a look at what PS4 exclusive games, new and old, are being offered this week for way less coin than they rightfully deserve.

Barron's sifted through all the major retailer sales circulars to find the best gaming deals for Black Friday, Nov 23. The controller is available in several colors from Walmart, Best Buy and GameStop.

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