Black Friday: Must See Gaming Deals On Amazon

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During previous years, there has been some amazing Black Friday deals when it comes to gaming. If you haven’t upgraded your gaming equipment over the last few years and you would like to try something new, we compiled the best gaming deals on Amazon for you to check out. Whether you are looking for a console, gamepad, or some other gadget, we are sure that you will find something for yourself here.

Gaming Deals On Amazon: Consoles

PlayStation VR bundle can be yours for just $299, which is 25% off the original price. The bundle includes a PSVR headset, PS4 camera, and Grand Turismo Sport. If you’ve never played a VR game, this is an excellent opportunity to try it out and dive into the virtual world in your favorite games.

The Xbox One S, 500GB console has been offered for $239. Also, besides the console and controller, you will get a Battlefield 1 game. The package also includes one month of EA Access, an HDMI cable that supports 4K, and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial. Microsoft’s Xbox One S promises a richer resolution, more vibrant and detailed colors, video with High Dynamic Range, and allows you to watch 4K Blue-ray movies and enjoy streaming 4K content.

Gaming Deals On Amazon: Equipment

We haven’t forgotten about PC gamers, and we think that this BAKTH Nano cordless optical mouse is worth checking out at 15% off. This customized optical mouse offers 4 DPI adjustment levels. More importantly, it supports nearly all operating systems and offers two modes – Gaming for gaming, and Office, which is suitable for work.

Are you a fan of MMO games? Then the Naga Chroma gaming mouse is just for you. It offers a speed of up to 16,000 DPI and has 12 programmable buttons, ideal for placing your most important skills close at hand. Also, the mouse offers 16.8 million colors to ensure your Naga Chroma looks just as good as it will feel. Also, Minecraft-themed Xbox wireless controllers were available for $5 off, and they included the “Minecraft Pig” controller and “Minecraft Creeper” controller.

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