The best Black Friday deals on consoles and games including Fallout 4, Fifa 17 and Battlefield 1 on Xbox One and PS4

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Gamers: put down the controller and get ready for Christmas. We've rounded up the best Black Friday deals on PS4, Xbox One and PC consoles and games.

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Xbox One

Amazon are offering a few console and game combos that are worth investigating if you're looking to jump from a 360 to an Xbox One.

A one terabyte console is available with either Gears of War 4 or Fifa 17 and a controller for £274.99. A 500GB console plus controller package with either Fifa 17 or Minecraft is on offer for £229.99.

If you're expecting gamer guests round over the Christmas period, you could do worse than the official Xbox site which is offering discounted controllers at £39.99.

Game are offering a 500GM console with Fifa 17, Forza Horizon 3, Tomb Raider and a NOW TV Sky Cinema Pass for £229.99.

PlayStation 4

There are plenty of opportunities for those who prefer the PlayStation family too. Ebay is offering a 500GB slim PS4 along with recently-released Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for £189. The same package with Fifa 17 thrown in for good measure is available for just £10 more.

For individual games, deals abound at Amazon.

The following new PS4 games are available for £32.99:

At the cheaper end of the scale, these games are available for £19.99 or less:


On Amazon, you could stock up on Dishonored 2 (£24.99), Fallout 4 (£10) and Titanfall 2 (£24.99) for a combined £60.

Steam is also running an online sale through to November 29, giving you the weekend to download a discount that could include Doom for £13.19 or Grand Theft Auto 5 for £20.

Over at Game, Mafia III is available for download at £24.49, while Battlefield 4 and Wolfenstein: The New Order can be downloaded for £5.

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