The Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 Gaming Deals


We’ve already published our favorite Black Friday deals for 2017, but we’re making some topic-specific guides to help you navigate the immense number of deals going on over Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There are a lot of excellent gaming deals going on, and we’ve gathered some of the best right here, all available online so you don’t have to traipse around in the cold on Thanksgiving weekend to get them.

Gaming Hardware Deals

PS4 and Xbox One Controllers – $40 ($20 off)

Date: Available Now, Bigger sale Nov. 23-24

Buy PS4 Controllers on Amazon, Best Buy (Crystal Red), Walmart (Crystal Blue)

Buy Xbox One Controllers on Amazon, Microsoft Store

PS4 controllers seem like they run out of juice every day or two, and they always cost at least $60 to replace. If you’re in need, most Sony DualShock controller colors will be $40 all week, and Microsoft is discounting many versions of its Xbox One controller to match. Oddly enough, leading up to Black Friday, both companies are already discounting their controllers. Best Buy and Walmart have some new exclusive DualShock colors, as well.

PlayStation 4 Console Bundle – $200 ($100 off)

Date: Nov. 19-27

Buy on Amazon

Thanks to the Xbox One X, we’ve seen a slew of standard Xbox One discounts, but this generation’s most popular console is also getting a deep discount for the holidays. The standard black PS4 Slim is $100 off for an entire week.

Xbox One S Console Bundle – $190 ($60 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Best Buy, Microsoft Store (extra game included)

A number of retailers will offer the Xbox One S for $190 on Black Friday. This is a very low price, and unless you have a 4K TV with HDR, there’s no reason to get a One X over a One S this holiday. Microsoft’s Store has the best deal of the bunch. It includes a free game and one month Game Pass.

PlayStation VR headset with Skyrim VR – $350 ($100 off)

Date: Nov. 19-27

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target

Sony’s PlayStation VR headset (read WIRED’s review) works with any PS4, and it’s finally coming down in price. This bundle comes with a special version of Skyrim, two motion controllers, the headset, and camera.

Green Nintendo 2DS with Ocarina of Time – $80 ($20+ off)

Date: Nov. 23-24

Buy on Walmart

The 2DS XL is a nicer system, but at only $80, the standard 2DS gets the job done. This version is colored green and comes with one of Nintendo’s most iconic Legend of Zelda games, remastered for 3D (which you cannot view on this 2DS, not that you’re missing too much.

Game Deals

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Explorer’s Edition – $60

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart ($10 off)

Breath of the Wild is a serious candidate for Game of the Year, and one of the best reasons to buy a Nintendo Switch (which is actually in stock at Amazon for once): rel=nofollow. This special version comes with a special two-sided map of Hyrule and an Explorer’s Guide with extra lore and fun info about the game.

Overwatch Game of the Year Edition – $30 ($30 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart

Overwatch is one of the few multiplayer games that’s held interest for a year and a half now, and shows no signs of losing its community yet. With more maps and more characters, it’s better than ever.

Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) – $20 ($20 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart

Horizon Zero Dawn had the bad luck of coming out right before Zelda: Breath of the Wild, another giant open-world game that sucked up a lot of attention. If you’re itching for some exploration, now is a great time to jump in.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole – $30 ($30 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Walmart

Like The Stick of Truth, the latest South Park game is a well-made old-school RPG, and looks exactly like an episode of the TV show. It’s difficulty settings will also surprise you.

Doom – $15 ($15 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy

Doom is scary and twisted, but also a very fun single player game with some solid multiplayer components. At $15, it’s hard to pass up.

Destiny 2 – $30 ($30 off)

Date: Nov. 23

Buy on Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart

Destiny 2 improves on a lot of the issues players had with the first Destiny and at $30, it’s very affordable for a relatively new game. Developer Bungie continues to fill the game with new content on a regular basis, as well.

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