Now that it's launched the Xbox One S, and with Project Scorpio soon to be unveiled, Microsoft has decided it's time to get rid of a few of its original Xbox One consoles.
Meanwhile, the Black Friday followers can also check out the possible deals for the upcoming PlayStation 4 variants, the PS4 Pro and the PS4 Slim. Well, bargaining of Black Friday Consoles seems to become a norm this year as Dell and Sam's Club are also putting up the systems on sale at the same amount.
Xbox One S and the PS4 Slim are slimmer versions of the original Xbox One and PS4 gaming consoles, and they're going to get a massive discount for this Black Friday.
Black Friday 2016 dealsoffered on PS4 and Xbox One are abundant already as the flyers start to roll out for the busiest shopping day of the year.
If either of those games don't float your boat, you can go for the Xbox One "name your game" bundle.
Black Friday is just around the corner, less than 3 weeks away.
As reported by the Daily Star, Microsoft has offered price discounts for their current Xbox devices.
Here are some of the flashiest deals that are up for grabs right now, but hurry up as there is limited stock left.
Kohl'sBlack Friday deals will start on November 21 where you can get deals on UHD TV and even get a $75 store credit. Among the selection are Halo 5: Guardians, Forza Horizon 3, and Quantum Break. This is another bundle that would have been way over £200 yesterday. "We feature thousands of deals that are worth lining up for, but because numerous deals are available online, you can skip the crowds and save money without leaving the house", Black Friday wrote on its website. The Division is a fun online shooter that should last you a while.
The console benefits from High Dynamic Range (HDR) gaming, 4K streaming, and the only console with a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, with the Xbox One S is also boasting the tiltle of the highest selling 4K Blu-Ray player in Australia. It makes sense considering that Microsoft's global strategy is to push games that follow Xbox Play Anywhere - which allows fans to play games on both the Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. Still, this is a lot cheaper than anything we saw yesterday.