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Walmart’s Black Friday deals on PS4 Slim, Xbox One S, Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1 and more

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Black Friday is just around the corner, and the biggest retailers in the country have started to announce what deals customers should expect in the coming days and weeks. Walmart revealed its deals on video games today, which include mark downs on the PlayStation 4 Slim and new releases like Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1 and Mafia 3.

Walmart’s deals are pretty extensive and the list goes on, so we’ve broken it down section by section below to make browsing a little bit easier.

PlayStation:

One of the biggest deals is the $50 markdown on the 500 GB PS4 Slim bundled with Uncharted. The console, which also comes with The Last of Us: Remastered or Ratchet & Clank, was originally $299, but Walmart has knocked off $50 and added a $30 store gift card.

On the games side, NBA 2k17, WWE 2K17, Mafia 3, the Destiny Collection, Overwatch, the BioShock Collection, Witcher 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Gold Edition and the Lego Harry Potter Collection will be available for $35.

Newer releases like Madden NFL 17, Battlefield 1, FIFA 17 and Titanfall 2 will be available for $27.

Mortal Kombat X, Grand Theft Auto 5, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, Batman: Return to Arkham, Ghostbusters, Mortal Kombat XL, Batman Telltale Series, Dying Light and The Division go on sale for $25.

Slightly older titles like Far Cry 4, Star Wars Battlefront, Need for Speed, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be available for $17.

Xbox:

Like the PlayStation 4 Slim, Xbox’s slimmed down console will also be available for $50 cheaper than the current retail price. The white version of the 500 GB Xbox One S, bundled with Battlefield 1, will go for $249.99. Those looking to pick up an Xbox 360 can also grab a 500 GB version of the console, bundled with Forza Horizon 2, for $129.99.

In terms of deals on games, it’s pretty similar to what Walmart is offering for PS4 users. NBA 2K17, WWE 2K17, Mafia 3, Overwatch, the BioShock Collection, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Gold Edition, Witcher 3, and the Destiny Collection will be available for $35.

For $27, Xbox One players can also pick up Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, FIFA 17 and Madden NFL 17.

Mortal Kombat X, Just Dance 2017, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, Lego Marvel Avengers, Batman: Return to Arkham, Ghostbusters, Mortal Kombat XL, Batman Telltale Series, Dying Light and The Division are also available for $25.

Far Cry 4, Star Wars Battlefront and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will go for $17.

Nintendo:

There aren’t as many deals on Nintendo products, but that shouldn’t be too surprising. The company is slowing down production on Wii U games as it ushers in a new console generation with the release of the Switch next March. Still, for those looking to pick up a couple of titles, there are a few deals.

For those looking to get their hands on a new 3DS system, however, Nintendo did confirm earlier this week that its Black Friday special, which prices the console at $99.99, will be available at all U.S. retailers.

Just Dance and Lego Marvel’s Avengers will be available for $25, with Splatoon going on sale for $35.

Walmart’s Black Friday sale will kick off on Nov. 24 at 6 p.m ET and will run through Nov. 25. All prices are valid while supplies last. For other Black Friday deals, make sure to check out Polygon’s list of ongoing sales from different retailers including Target and Best Buy.


You can find all of our Black Friday deals here (bookmark that link!) or see below for a real-time stream of the latest deals.

Update: Walmart has announced some of its Cyber Monday exclusives. There are a couple of hot ticket items for people looking to grab a new gaming laptop or 4K TV. We’ve included the three items that we think are of best value and interest to you below.

If you’re looking to purchase a 4K, HDR-enabled TV for gaming purposes, however, be sure to check out Polygon’s guide on how to not get screwed over this sales season.