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Walmart's Black Friday 2016 Gaming Deals Revealed
The deals begin at 12:01 AM on Thanksgiving Day online.
Walmart's 36-page Black Friday 2016 ad has been posted, and among the offers are a number of deals on video games and consoles.
Starting with hardware, Walmart will offer the 500 GB Battlefield 1 Xbox One S bundle for $250, while it will sell the 500 GB Uncharted 4 PS4 Slim bundle for the same price. For the PS4 deal, Walmart will also throw in a $30 store gift card. Additionally, Walmart will participate in Nintendo's $100 New Nintendo 3DS offer for special-edition black and white systems.
Xbox One and PS4 controllers are marked down to $40 each, while a six-month Xbox Live Gold membership with a free copy of Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime will go for $25.
In terms of game deals, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's Legacy edition--containing the game and Modern Warfare Remastered--is being offered for $60 instead of $80. Games discounted to $35 at Walmart on Black Friday include Mafia III, Gears of War 4, Overwatch, Destiny: The Collection, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, among others. $27 games include new releases like Madden NFL 17, Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, NBA 2K17, FIFA 17, and WWE 2K17.
Games going for $25 each at the retailer on Black Friday include Grand Theft Auto V, The Division, Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim Special Edition, and Just Dance 2017. $15 games include Star Wars Battlefront, Far Cry Primal, Doom, Rainbow Six Siege, MLB The Show 16, and many others.
In a statement, Walmart said it expects to have stock available for games, having stocked its shelves with three million games for the shopping bonanza.
Go to BFAds.net to see all of Walmart's Black Friday 2016 deals. Deals begin through Walmart's website at 12:01 AM ET on Thanksgiving Day (November 24), with physical stores opening at 6 PM local time later that day.
Keep checking back with GameSpot in the days and weeks ahead for more on the best Black Friday gaming deals. For now, check out the stories below to see what other retailers are offering.