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Xbox Black Friday Sale 2023 Deals Announced

Microsoft announced the Black Friday 2023 deals on Xbox Series X and S consoles and games for both the console and PCs. Games will go on sale from November 17, 2023, while the console deals start a day later.

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Both the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles will be getting a $50 discount during the Black Friday sale. This deal will see the Xbox Series X fall to $449, including the Diablo 4 bundle. Meanwhile, the Series S Starter Bundle, which includes three months of Game Pass Ultimate membership, falls to $249. These deals apply at all participating retailers.

For games, here is a selection of Xbox console games that will be part of the Black Friday sale (prices estimated):

  • Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII: Reunion – $29.99
  • Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition – $15.99
  • Ghostwire Tokyo – $19.99 (also on PC)
  • Hi-Fi Rush Deluxe Edition – $27.99 (also on PC)
  • Like a Dragon: Ishin! – $29.99 (also on PC)
  • Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak – $29.99 (also on PC)
  • One Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition – $34.99 (60%)
  • Persona 3 Portable & Persona 4 Golden Bundle – $26.49
  • Persona 5 Royal – $35.99 (also on PC)
  • Resident Evil 4 Deluxe Edition – $45.49
  • Sonic Superstars Deluxe Edition – $49.99
  • Street Fighter 6 – $35.99
  • We Love Katamari Reroll + Royal Reverie Special Edition – $23.99
  • Wild Hearts Karakuri Edition – $44.99
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon Hero Edition – $13.99 (also on PC)

The Xbox Black Friday sale begins with game discounts on November 17, 2023. Console deals start on November 18, 2023. These deals join the Nintendo Switch bundles that are being released for Black Friday.

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