Have you been holding out all year on gaming purchases in order to save some cash come Black Friday? Well your time has arrived, thrifty gamer! All the major retailers are offering some big discounts on gaming software and hardware no matter where you play. We’ve scoured the deals available in order to give you the best of the best for Black Friday 2020. And of course, hop on over to our Black Friday Deals for massive deals and savings on the best gaming headsets around! Now, time to get in on some big-name games with even bigger savings!
The Nintendo Switch has been the best-selling console in the states for 24 months in a row, and all signs point to it closing out 2020 as the king of platforms. Sony and Microsoft may have released their visions for next-gen gaming, but Nintendo is holding strong with their unique take that mixes the portable and console worlds. If you’re looking to get in on some of the best gaming Switch has to offer at the lowest prices yet, now’s the time to strike!
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Fire Emblem: Three Houses now $30 at GameStop (normally $60)
Switch Black Friday Bundle with a digital code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and three-month membership to Switch Online available now for $300 at all major retailers (normally $370)
The Playstation 5 might be the talk of the town for Sony fans right now, but there’s still millions upon millions of players who are loving their Playstation 4. After 7+ years of being on the market, the PS4 has amassed an incredible library of must-have titles. If you have a Playstation 4 and you’re looking to fill out your library with the best of the best, these are the games you can’t do without, and the deals too good to pass up.
Final Fantasy VII Remake now $30 at Best Buy (normally $50)
PS4 Slim 1TB for $300 at Best Buy
The Xbox One might not be the new kid on the block when it comes to Microsoft systems, but it still offers a litany of fantastic games. From first party exclusives to third party hits, you can get everything you want with Xbox One. While this year might be the last hurrah for the Xbox One, you can still go out with a bang thanks to some amazing deals. Any of the games below will keep you interested for hours on end, giving you time to save up for that shiny, new Xbox Series X.
Xbox One Software
Doom Eternal now $17 at GameStop (normally $50)
Ori and the Will of the Wisps now $13 at Best Buy (normally $26)
Xbox One Hardware
Xbox One X 1TB Console – Gears 5 Limited Edition Bundle for $400 at the Microsoft Store
Xbox One S 1TB Console for $300 at the Microsoft Store
2020 is the year console gaming saw major multiplayer walls broken down. To celebrate the freedom of cross-play, here’s the best multiplayer gaming you can have on consoles in 2020, and the best headsets for each one.
Kevin Cassidy has been covering all things Nintendo for over 15 years now and has been leading the weekly GoNintendo Podcast for just as long. Kevin is also quite passionate about pro wrestling, anime, comic books, and more! Follow Kevin on Twitter via @GoNintendoTweet.