Xbox Store Black Friday deals available until November 27

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Star Wars Battlefront 2 launched earlier this month on November 17th, 2017 and is available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One but has received widespread criticism regards the loot box mechanics that EA has implemented. Microsoft slashed the price rates $50 each. The Xbox One S with 500GB of storage will run you $189.99, a PlayStation 4 Slim is only $199.99, and a PlayStation 4 Pro is now $349.99.

Black Friday is here, and that means awesome news for gamers.

Mind boggling sales numbers were expected and mind boggling the sales have been, with Japan selling a record shattering 1639 Xbox One X Consoles.

GameStop is offering $50 off the 1TB models of the Xbox One S that come bundled with a game. This year, the cheapest consoles from Sony and Microsoft cost around $200, give or take a few bucks. With upgraded internal hardware, the console is capable of displaying games in 4K resolution and allows gamers to enjoy their favorite titles at a faster frame rate.

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The Xbox One X is hotly anticipated. The PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, meanwhile, are the more expensive consoles that you can buy this holiday season.

Nintendo is also getting in on the fray, with discounts on the Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL and the Nintendo 2DS.

The best-selling console of 2016, the Xbox One S is the only one that plays 4k Blu-rays - so you can also watch your favourite movies with pristine detail and handsome sound quality, now at an incredibly affordable price for a short time only. Purchase the console from the gaming retail and it will offer a $59.99 mail-in rebate-the same price it is charging for the console.

Xbox Gold subscribers get bigger discounts with digital video games.

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