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Need For Speed Payback Black Friday 2017 Game Deals: All The Sales For PS4, PC, And Xbox One

Here are all the places you'll find EA's new racer on sale.

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A ton of games and consoles will be on sale for Black Friday 2017, including some of the biggest titles from the past year. Among the more recent releases you'll be able to find at a discount is Need for Speed Payback, which, despite only launching earlier this month, will be on sale at various retailers.

If you're looking to pick up EA's latest racing game at stores, you can find some good deals on the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Best Buy and Target will have it on sale for the cheapest price this Black Friday; the game will be available at both chains for $35. GameStop, meanwhile, will have it for slightly more at $40.

In addition to those retail deals, you'll also be able to find discounts on the digital version of Need for Speed Payback from the Xbox Store and PlayStation Store, both of which are currently offering their Black Friday sales early for Xbox Live Gold and PS Plus subscribers, respectively. You can download the game from both digital stores for $36. The Black Friday sales will extend to non-Gold and PS Plus members beginning tomorrow, November 21, so everyone will be able to download the game at a discount starting then.

PC players will also find some discounts on Need for Speed Payback from EA's Origin service, which kicked off its Black Friday sale today. The standard edition of the game is available for $40, while the Deluxe edition (which includes Payback's upcoming story mission pack and other bonus content) runs for $53.32. You can read more about the title in our full Need for Speed Payback review.

Below you'll find the full list of all the announced Need for Speed Payback deals, which we'll continue to update as more Black Friday savings and prices are revealed. You can find our complete coverage of other Black Friday 2017 deals through the links at the bottom of this roundup.

Need for Speed Payback Black Friday Deals

PS4/Xbox One

  • Best Buy -- $35
  • Target -- $35
  • PlayStation Store -- $36 [PS Plus subscribers-only until November 21]
  • Xbox Store -- $36 [Xbox Live Gold members-only until November 21]
  • GameStop -- $40

PC

  • Origin
    • Standard edition -- $40
    • Deluxe edition -- $53.32

Black Friday 2017 Deals

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Buy the Need For Speed 2015 instead or any other NFS for that matter, this one is a micro transaction mess which destroys the soul of NFS.

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Need For Speed "payback" how ironic cause once you purchase it you will want your money back.

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@fcksony: EA totally screwed this game I was actually enjoying it till I realised that the game had a loot box system and that you can't upgrade your car like every other NFS. Instead you need to grind for random loot cards to upgrade your car.

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Should be called "Need for Speed: Pay to Win", another EA microtransaction joint

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Yet another EA clusterfuck with upgrade cards that prohibit the Single player game, unless you want to grind endlessly in the hopes that you randomly get a card that will allow you to progress with higher level races, or just shell out the moolah in the hopes that you randomly get a card that will allow you to progress with higher level races.

You thought this shit was egregious in an online game, see how pissed you get when you see it fucking up a mostly single player experience.

Pure bullshit.

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Looks like sales expectations were lower once word spread that it has lootboxes like Battlefront 2. EA would have to pay me to play this garbage game.

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Not to be a pain in the ass but do we really need all these Black Friday articles for individual games? I think one simple "Black Friday Game Deals" article would suffice. It doesn't take long for someone to look at one of these list and find the deal for the game(s) they are interested in.

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