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Up to 71% off with Australia’s best PlayStation Black Friday deals

Posted: 27 November 2020 2:55 pm

PS4 games from just $11.90, 25% off a PlayStation Plus subscription and Razer controllers for as little as half price.

It's been a big year for gamers with the launch of the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles. The limited stock levels mean most of us will still be taking advantage of our old consoles as we head into Christmas and the new year.

Which is actually great news, because Black Friday has some truly epic savings for PlayStation 4 owners, from massively discounted games (which will play on your PS5 anyway) to gaming headsets, controllers and more. Here are some of the best offers we've seen so far.

With new deals being released and old ones ending, check back for frequent updates but remember to be quick as these great deals will sell out fast.

Best PlayStation Black Friday 2020 deals

If you came here hoping to see discounts on the PlayStation 5, prepare for disappointment. The new console has been so successful that it's extremely unlikely we'll see any significant discounts on PS5 hardware, though discounted games are definitely a possibility.

That said, there are a huge number of gaming discounts available during this massive Black Friday sale event, so check out our breakdown of the best Xbox deals, best Nintendo Switch offers (although Amazon's flash deal sold out in under 40 minutes) and best gaming laptop deals for more savings.

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