The Xbox Black Friday sale has started – Get up to £60 off an Xbox Series S – TheSixthAxis

Microsoft has kicked off their Xbox Black Friday sales with offers on Xbox Series S (in North America), discounts on certain accessories and, of course, hundreds of cut prices on digital games on the Microsoft Store.
Update: Microsoft has now cut the MSRP of the Xbox Series S to £209.99 in the UK, but retailers have gone further. Smyths Toys and Amazon have slashed the price to £189.99, a £60 saving!
Exclusively in the US and Canada, Microsoft has cut $50 off the Xbox Series S, dropping the price from $299 to $249. That’s a pretty hefty saving, and it’s a real shame that this one is only in North America, though they do note that “additional holiday offers will be available in more regions in the coming days,” so watch this space! Also exclusive to the US for now is the 30% saving on Xbox controllers, though again we expect other shops to have discounts on these through next week.
But let’s get onto the good stuff for Xbox gamers in Europe. There’s over 900 discounts for digital games on the Microsoft Store right now. First party games have seen some significant reductions. Halo 5 is just a few quid, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is now £11.99, and the Halo Infinite campaign is £27.49, while Deathloop is under £20, Gears Tactics is £11.54 and there’s a smattering of other savings.
Other highlights include Gotham Knights which has already been reduced to £38.99 (and isn’t actually that bad if come at it with the right mindset), the Hitman trilogy is £29.22, while some golden oldies like Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami and Mad Max have been cut all the way down to £2.99!
Right. Here’s a gigantic list from the Xbox Black Friday sale (via HUKD):
via HUKD, Xbox Wire
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