GameStop Black Friday ad leaks

Battlefield 4 discounted to $30 on Friday only, while Call of Duty: Ghosts going for $50; Zelda 3DS XL bundle revealed for US.

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GameStop's Black Friday advertisement has leaked, giving gamers a look at some of the deals they can score at the retailer during the day-after-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza next month.

According to the advertisement obtained by GottaDeal.com, which GameStop has not verified is accurate, Battlefield 4 will be available for $30, while Call of Duty: Ghosts will go for $50. Both deals are valid Friday only.

Other deals include Just Dance 2014 for $20, a Wii system for $50, and a buy-one-get-one-free deal on Disney Infinity toy sets.

The leaked ad also indicates that GameStop will offer a pair of HD console deals. A 250GB Xbox 360 bundle including Tomb Raider and Halo 4 will be available for $200, while a 250GB PlayStation 3 with copies of Batman: Arkham Origins and The Last of Us will also go for $200.

Other deals include Assassin's Creed III ($15), Halo 4: Game of the Year Edition ($30), Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition ($15), and BioShock: Infinite ($20), among others.

Watch Dogs and DriveClub are listed in the GameStop ad, though both titles are no longer scheduled for release in 2013 after being delayed this week.

The GameStop ad also shows the Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS XL bundle, which was previously only announced for Europe. It is listed at $220.

A GameStop representative was not immediately available to comment on the leaked ad. The retailer traditionally offers various markdowns on Black Friday.

GameStop is hiring more than 17,000 seasonal employees for the holiday.

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