The Evil Within 2, Assassin's Creed Origins, Wolfenstein 2 And An Xbox For $279

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It's only the measly 500GB model of the Xbox One S, but it's also $279 - and it's comfortably the best bundle of games available right now.

If you like a mix of horror, open world and shooting stuff in general, it's hard to go past this trio: Assassin's Creed: Origins, Wolfenstein 2 and The Evil Within 2. It's on sale until November 27 at EB Games, which is stipulating orders picked up from the store must be done so by the 27th:

You can find out more about the deal here. More info about Black Friday deals from EB and everywhere else, see our roundup below.

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    It's crazy that the Switch is selling crazy when there are deals like this out there.

      Because the switch has managed to put out a better exclusive lineup in the fraction of the time Xbox has had.

        True. I'm enjoying the heck out of mine.

    Thats a 4k bluray player that can also play games right there for $280.

      On that note... Anyone have any idea what the trade in value would be for the games (assuming they're actually discs)?

        Sorry, have avoided discs for this generation. I know, im weird like that. I like digital.

    I grabbed this bundle today. Not sure if it's standard and just not advertised or I got lucky, but it also came with a Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege download code in with the Assassin's Creed one.

    Guys keep in mind theses are new AAA games! You can sell them for 40-50 dollars on gum tree of you want to, especially if it's still wrapped. That's what I'm intending to do, just grabbing it for the 4K blu Ray! :D

    Last edited 24/11/17 11:35 am

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