Black Friday 2020 Consoles and Games Sales, Deals For PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and More

Black Friday is a great opportunity to save on gaming consoles, accessories, and video games from PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, and more. There are plenty of deals to be had this year, with huge discounts on games, hardware, and subscriptions.

Following the releases of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X earlier this month, Black Friday may also be a second chance for gamers to get their hands on the elusive consoles. However, gamers should not expect deals on the brand new consoles this year—being able to buy one at all would be enough of a feat.

Nevertheless, there are still plenty of deals to be had on major games and hardware including gaming laptops, headphones, and more.

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The PlayStation 5 may be restocked on Black Friday, though it is unlikely to be discounted. Sony

Black Friday Xbox Deals

Xbox has numerous Black Friday deals this year, with offers on both games and hardware.

Save up to 40 percent on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at participating retailers until Monday, November 30.

Until Thursday, December 3, get up 55 percent off select digital titles including Forza Horizon 4, Marvel's Avengers, Watch Dogs: Legion, FIFA 21, and NBA 2K21, at

Get up to $20 off select Xbox controllers including the new Xbox Wireless Controller in Carbon Black, Robot White, and Shock Blue, starting at $39.99, at the Microsoft Store and participating retailers until November 30. Additionally, save up to $40 on select headsets.

The Xbox Series X was restocked at Walmart on November 25 but it may have sold out already. Check GameStop, Amazon, and Best Buy in case they restock for Black Friday, though the console may not be on sale as it was released only earlier this month.

Black Friday PC Deals

Get 60 percent off select PC titles, including Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, Forza Horizon 4 Standard Edition, and Gears 5, at the Microsoft store.

Save hundreds of dollars on gaming laptops and desktops on the Microsoft store, with discounts on laptops by HP, Razer, Asus, Lenovo, and Acer.

Black Friday PlayStation Deals

The PlayStation 5 was restocked at Walmart on November 25, but it may have already sold out. The console may be restocked at Best Buy and GameStop around Black Friday, but it is unclear whether it will be discounted, as it was released just two weeks ago.

However, PlayStation fans can save 20 percent on a three-month PlayStation Now subscription or 25 percent on a 12-month PlayStation Now subscription. Plus, save up to 75 percent on dozens of games, including major titles such as The Last of Us: Part II (50 percent off) and Marvel's Avengers (50 percent off).

Nintendo Switch Black Friday Deal

Get the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game and three months of Nintendo Switch Online Individual Membership for free when you buy a specially marked Nintendo Switch system at Target, Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, or Amazon, while stocks last.

Save 20 percent on select Nintendo Switch games including New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Super Mario Maker 2, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Luigi's Mansion 3, and Splatoon 2, at Amazon, Target, Best Buy, and GameStop.

Black Friday Razer Deals

Razer's Black Friday deals at Best Buy include 44 percent off the Razer BlackWidow Elite (Green Switch), 33 percent off the Razer Viper Ultimate with Charging Dock, 50 percent off the Razer Viper, and 47 percent off the Razer Kraken Ultimate.

On Amazon, Razer's Black Friday deals include 38 percent off the Razer Viper Ultimate mouse, 33 percent off the Razer Basilisk Ultimate mouse, 44 percent off the Razer BlackWidow Elite (Orange and Yellow Switches) keyboard, 38 percent off the Razer Kraken—Blue headphones, and 30 percent off the Razer Kraken X—Blue headphones.

Finally, get $250 off the Razer Blade 15 Base (NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060) laptop, and $200 off the Razer Blade 15 Base (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti) laptop.

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This graph from Statista demonstrates the lifetime sales of Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox consoles. Statista