With Project Scarlett now in development, retailers are offering massive savings across Xbox One deals to mark the famous mega-sale, Black Friday.
Here at RealSport, we’ve accumulated all the best deals, so if you’re looking to pick up an Xbox console on the cheap, keep reading!
Be sure to bookmark this article as we’ll be updating it with the best Black Friday Xbox deals, as and when they are released.
The best deals so far
There are a couple of decent bundles still available in the UK and US:
GAME is currently offering a great Xbox One S bundle for £249.99, however, Walmart’s jam-packed bundle steals the show, featuring the Xbox One S console, Gears 5 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for just $299.99.
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Microsoft has also announced that Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition and a range of Xbox One controllers will be involved in their first wave of Xbox Black Friday deals.
It’ll be interesting to see what kind of offers are made available for Xbox games.
Last year, we saw games such as Red Dead Redemption 2 and Battlefield 5 sold with the Xbox One S console for just over £200.
Last year’s Black Friday was also a great time to pick up some Xbox One accessories, as we saw a load of controller and headset deals going for amazing prices.
With Project Scarlett’s release just around the corner, prices are expected to be even lower than they were last year, so make the most of this small window and grab yourself a deal.
“But what about a good Xbox Game Pass deal?” we hear you say – well you may have missed your chance.
Just a few weeks ago, you could buy six months’ worth of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for the price of three.
This offer is still available in the US but no longer available in the UK, so we hope to see it come back for Black Friday.
If you haven’t tried Xbox Game Pass Ultimate out for yourself, you can still sign up for one month for just £1.
With both the Xbox One S and Xbox One X console expected to drop considerably in price, this could be the best time to get caught up with everything before the jump to next-gen.