Black Friday 2017 Xbox One Deals - Games, Consoles, Bundles

Black Friday 2017 is around the corner, which means you’ll soon be able to get a lot of stuff for not a lot of money. Xbox One consoles and games are no exception – there are already some pre-Black Friday deals being advertised, as a warm-up. If you’ve been waiting for a chance to grab the Xbox One X, or one of this year’s popular game releases, now would be the time. We’ve scoured the usual suspects to bring you a list of all the Xbox One Black Friday 2017 deals.

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Black Friday 2017 Xbox One Deals – Games, Consoles, Bundles

At the moment, the Xbox One X is being sold with the regular $500 price tag – hopefully the price drops at some point during the week. The console is still very new, but Microsoft never shied away from Black Friday deals in the past. You can follow any potential price drops on the official site.

The Xbox One S, which is the direct descendant of the original version, is already having some nice discounts. If you’re in the US, you can get a 500GB version with two games for $250, directly from Microsoft. In the UK, the best deal would probably be the 500GB console along with Fallout 4, Doom and Star Wars Battlefront 2 for £200 from Curry’s.

If you’ve already got the console of your choice, you’ll probably be interested to hear about games. The good news is that there are already some price slashes. The better news is that the best is yet to come. If you’re a Xbox Live Gold subscriber, you can get some pretty beefy titles 50% off – Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Destiny 2, Resident Evil 7 and Prey.

As for other games, Amazon is a veritable treasure trove of treasure. For instance, you can get Far Cry 4 for $19, or Friday the 13th for $30. Make sure you check out your local retailers before you purchase anything – places like Gamestop, Walmart, Tesco – as they’re bound to have discounts of their own.

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