PS4 Console Black Friday 2017 Sales


Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 is available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, with support for 4K on Xbox One X, PS4 Pro, and PC (if you've got the right spec system).

Well now that system has been, somehow, made available for just £169.99 over at Argos with top stab-'em-up Assassin's Creed Origins thrown in too.

We've rounded up the best deals on standard console hardware and PC parts, games, and accessories so you don't have to comb through those confusing, anachronistic holiday flier PDF files. You can find a Nintendo 2DS at Walmart or Best Buy for just $89.99 - about $20 off the regular price - or purchase a Nintendo 2DS XL at Walmart and get Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (an oldie but a goodie) for free. Expect this trend to continue this year as Microsoft hopes to gain a bigger audience via console sales.

You can also get a PS Plus (PlayStation Plus) one-year subscription at £37.50.

The Xbox One X is the latest iteration of Microsoft's current generation console that gives it a power boost that the original and Xbox One S don't have.

While basically every retailer has the Xbox One S available for $189.99 (it's the official Black Friday pricing set by Microsoft), there are a number of retailers offering perks for those who grab the while it's on sale.

For gamers looking for some new titles to get them through the winter, Black Friday is a great time to pick up new releases titles at a steep discount. Recent releases like Call of Duty:WWII and Assassin's Creed Origins, for example, are dropping just $20, from $79.99 to $59.99. Several video games are already out of stock. The sale promo also applies to a few Xbox 360 digital games. Given that Gold subscribers are given bigger discounts, the store is also offering cheaper subscription rate for Xbox Gold Live. Gamers can choose from a variety of controllers with different designs. Some video games are available for only $12. While the PS4 Pro is certainly capable of displaying games at a native 4K resolution, Sony's system mostly relies on checkerboarding to enhance the appearance of its visuals, whereas the Xbox One X is much more capable of running games at 2160p.