Today is the Black Friday 2017, and numerous stores have revealed the deals they’ll have on offer this year. That includes Best Buy, which actually had a pre-Black Friday sale where it offered BF prices in advance of the proper day. But it’s Thanksgiving evening and the day after where the full selection of deals will be available, and we’ve rounded up everything you can expect to see discounted across PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and 3DS–and even a single, solitary deal for those looking for something new to play on Wii U and Wii.
In a trend we’re seeing at a number of retailers, there isn’t a wide array of hardware deals. Switch will be in stock but at its regular price of $300. Neither the PS4 Pro nor Xbox One Xwill be on sale, with the sale prices instead coming on the older hardware. A 1 TB PS4 can be had for $200, but that doesn’t include any free games. On the Microsoft side, you can get the Madden 18 Xbox One S 500 GB bundle for $230, and as a bonus, you’ll receive a free Xbox One controller. A free controller is also available with another bundle, which swaps in Forza Horizon 3 in place of Madden.
Controllers and accessories will also be discounted. The PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport bundle drops to $300. All PS4 DualShock 4 controllers will be $40, including the Red Crystal color version that is only available at Best Buy. Xbox One controllers will also be available for $40, although some will cost more–presumably the special edition colors and designs. Those looking for a headset will have several options, including the Turtle Beach XO Three wired headset (which works with Xbox One, PS4, and PC) and Turtle Beach Recon 150 (which also works with those devices) for $40 each. Astro headsets will be up to 25% off, while a handful of Switch accessories (including a Joy-Con charging station) will be $20 each.
Individual game sales are the big highlight. Many of the year’s biggest games are discounted; Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Injustice 2 drop to $20, while Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy drops to $25. Even more recent games are on sale: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2 drop to $25 each; Battlefield 1 Revolution, Persona 5, Overwatch: Game of the Year, and WWE 2K18 drop to $30 each; and Assassin’s Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Need for Speed: Payback, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles all drop to $35 each. Doorbuster deals bring Call of Duty: WWII down to $40, Destiny 2 to $30, and NBA 2K18 to $30, among others.
Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of everything we could find on sale at Best Buy. Some specific pricing was not shared and the exact time your local store opens will vary. You can check out the full details on Best Buy’s website.