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The big Black Friday Xbox deals are already here

It’s the day before Black Friday and all through the house, everybody is shopping, even for… a mouse? There are no mice among the current selection of Xbox Black Friday deals, but there are big discounts for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One consoles, as well as accessories, Game Pass subscriptions, and dozens of recently released games.

If it’s games you’re looking for, start with Microsoft’s own Black Friday sale, which has up to 67 per cent off selected Xbox games. If it’s consoles and accessories you’re looking for, there are also deals available from retailers like Amazon, Argos and Very.

For a pick of the best deals from every retailer, for every product and updated through the day, scroll on for our selection below.

Black Friday Xbox Series X, Series S, One Console Deals

Black Friday Deals on Xbox Games

A Screenshot from Halo Infinite on Xbox Series X

As expected the usual Ubisoft culprits are being discounted (Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, Immortals Fenyx Rising) and more recent third party releases such as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Far Cry 6 have had their prices dropped.



Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Black Friday Deals

Key Art including some games for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

If you’re new to Xbox Game Pass, you can get your first month of Game Pass Ultimate for £1 directly from Microsoft. If you’re specifically looking for the PC Game Pass subscription, you can get three months for £1 right now. If you’re a returning user, you can get 3 months’ membership for £24.85 ShopTo.

Xbox Black Friday accessory deals

The new Pulse Red Xbox Wireless Controller

Controllers are one of the most popular Xbox Black Friday deals to keep an eye out for. We’ve spotted some small discounts on first party and third party Xbox controllers here:



The Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X/S is on sale for £185.99 at Very, saving you £35. This very expensive doohickey is the only way to increase your storage space on the Xbox Series X/S for next-gen game installs. Although a 2TB and smaller 512MB versions have been announced, these won’t be available until Christmas. Currently, all external hard drives (whether they’re mechanical or SSDs) can only be used to store next-gen games or run older Xbox One titles. The 1TB retails for an eye-watering £220 so £35 off this is not to be sniffed at.

But what if you’re after a different console in the sales this November? As luck would have it, we’ve got pages that are all set up to host the best Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals and PS5 Black Friday offers when they become available. Make sure you check them out.

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