Amazon's Gaming And Hardware Black Friday Sales Are Live (Updated!)

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Amazon's just added a whole bunch of extra deals to their Black Friday offerings. Who wants a Switch for $329, an Xbox One X for $429, some Razer headphones for $60 or a string of AAA games for under $40?

Update 2: Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available for $59, and the PS4 bundle is going for $398:

Fans of Spyro: you can get the remastered trilogy on PS4 for $39.95 and Xbox here.

Other changes: God of War is $40.95 now. Still cheap, but not as good as earlier this week. Far Cry 5 is available for $25 and $28 on PS4 and Xbox respectively though, which is crazy for a AAA game that came out this year.

A whole bunch of deals have just been added this morning. You'll need to be an Amazon Prime member for some of them, although you can get a 30-day free trial, which will let you unlock all of the special deals that are live just for today.

On top of more games, here's the extra console and gaming deals. Full list is here. Note: you can still get the Switch console deals for $389, but the $329 lightning deal is now sold out.

Importantly for Switch folk: you can save 20% on SanDisk microSDXC cards here. The 200GB SanDisk Ultra is going for $45.99, which is more than enough space. There's a ton of deals on Switch accessories here as well.

And here's some deals on PC hardware, peripherals and other handy gear:

There's offers on desktop rigs as well:

You can browse the full list of Amazon video game deals here, and all of their electronics deals here. There's a tab just for computers, headphones, routers and the like, and a ton of board games.

If you're just after some discounted electronics, there's good prices on those too. I've picked out some items below, but you can browse the full list for yourself here.

I'll keep updating this post with more deals throughout the morning. There's a *lot*, and some deals won't go live until later today (like the Switch Pro Controller). The rest of the original deals, which are still live, can be found below.

We'll keep updating this post as more deals come to light. If you see any that you think should be included, let us know and we'll add it to the list! For other Black Friday deals, see our coverage below or through our Black Friday tag.

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    Why would the list Anthem? Isn't that a 2019 game?

    Detroit, God of War and Shadow of the Colossus for $77. I love being a patient gamer :)

    Supporting a company which deliberately undercuts every other business by selling at a loss, is irresponsible.

      I feel the same way. I really don't want to support Amazon just to get some better deals on a game, the horror stories of their working conditions would always be at the back of my mind while playing any game I got from them.

    PS4 controllers are $49 at JB, which seems a lot cheaper than this unless there's some catch I've missed.

      $45 now this morning, $39 if you want the Green Camo controller.

    Can Kotaku please stop pretending paid advertising is content.
    This past week there have been non-stop "articles" about Amazon XYZ and each one is nothing more than a paragraph about a deal they are running and a link.

    If Kotaku is going to run advertisements in their article feed can it be flagged as such. The internet is already full of ads, we don't need gorilla adverts.

      This isn't paid advertising. Any paid adverts are marked with sponsored boxes or listed as advertorial in those instances.

      Some.of us find this helpful. Maybe just don't click on them.

      These aren't paid ads. People have scoured the site and found good deals and published them for our benefit. It's black Friday, there are going to be deals.

      Wait, kotaku were advertising gorillas? Holy shit, how much?!

    Finally bit the bullet on the xbox one x deal. After selling my og xbox with kinect i am hoping that I will essentially have bought it for under $300. Can't argue with that price.

    Is the psvr worth it. I kind of feel like I’d use it once or twice then not touch it again

      Tetris Effect / Astro Bot are *really* highly recommended. But most of the experiences are short-lived.

        In that case I might just save my money

          Not a bad idea, especially with summer coming up. Too hot, too sweaty, etc.

            I've got a VIVE. And while it is kind of cool and neat, as Alex said, it's only really good in short bursts. Playing for a long time will just get you sweaty and uncomfortable.

      Had one for a while (and also have a HTC Vive) - the first few times you play it, it’s pretty cool, but then it’s just an annoyance to set up. Doesn’t seem like anyone really knows what to do with it yet.

      I love mine. There are some fantastic games on there, and at the discounted price, it's a bargain! Wipeout, RE7, Beat Saber, Tetris Effect, Astro Bot, GT Sport, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, there are tons. Visually things can be a mixed bag, but the experience of being 'in' the worlds more than makes up for it. It's a totally different gaming experience and worth the price of admission.

      I bought a PS VR about 4 mnths ago but swelled my PSVR game collection with lots of cheap $5-15 games from the US PSN store.. if you've only got a couple of games it's boring.. but have some variety and it's cool imho. Also I've been using the PSVR on my PC - so longevity over just PS4 usage

    200GB card more than enough?

    Not if you're 100% digital. ????

    I'm eyeing off the 400GB card.

      Most indies on the Switch are a few GB at most, plenty are under 1GB. It is actually a ton of space given that the platform has very few of the 30GB-40GB-50GB installs that other consoles and PC has.

        Yeah I've long since filled up a 200GB card on Switch, having to delete games regularly. 400GB is the way to go if you're 100% digital.

    God of War is no longer $29. And some of these are cheaper elsewhere, so check before you buy!

    Switch console flash deal is sold out now and is $389. You can join a wait list but I have no real Idea as to what that means really.

      Thanks, updated! (The wish list just means if the deal becomes available again, you get notified. That's all.)

    Order a bunch of stuff yesterday, arrived this morning. No joke. Two boxes full of a lot of booty from the above list. I love the future.

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