Black Friday 2016 Latest News & Update: Where to Get Discounts for 'Call of Duty,' 'Far Cry 4,' 'Street Fighter V,’ More!
Black Friday is still a month away. However, many game fanatics and the whole video gaming community is already looking forward to the deals and price cuts they will be getting during this period.
Black Friday sales are always characterized by outrageous prices and ridiculous price cuts in stores plagued with thousands of people clawing each other for their haul. The video game community is one of the sectors that mostly benefit from this event, as several companies actually give their fans what they want.
For all those who are already making their wish lists this early, read on as we round up all the great deals you could check out to make the most out of Black Friday. Year after year, Gamestop has been of the consistently participating video game stores that do very well.
According to the Black Friday watch list of TheBlackFriday.com, Gamestop will be continuing what they did last year. The store will open up at 5AM on November 25. They will be closed though the next day in time for Thanksgiving.
As of yet, there are no concrete details regarding the actual lineup of titles to be part of Gamestop's Black Friday deals. However, the video game store already has a pre-Black Friday catalog that includes triple A titles such as "Street Fighter V," "7 Days to Die, "Just Cause 3," "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided," "Doom," "Far Cry 4," "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," and a whole lot more.
The mentioned games are already getting price cuts that range from $10 and can go up to as high as $50. There are also PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of all games, so brand loyalty will not be an issue. Furthermore, as the Black Friday itself draws nearer, bigger price cuts should be expected.
Additionally, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, and other retail stores who will be participating in the Black Friday Sale will also be implementing a lot of price cuts. There is also the option to go online with Amazon or even the PlayStation Network itself. Some subscription fees may get chopped as well.