Microsoft’s Xbox One is number one in the USA, UK, and Australia


Microsoft credited both Gears and Battlefield with increasing the number of multiplayer gamers on Xbox Live by 52 percent over the same period past year.

According to, some items are actually cheaper now than they will be on Black Friday.

Black Friday 2016 has yet to kick off as that will happen only on November 25, 2016, but this does not mean that we can not start to scan for deals and potentially jaw-dropping prices if you would like to pick up the video game console from Microsoft. With this you can pick a game from Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition or Rare Replay. This will change in November’s numbers which will not only include Black Friday sales, but the launch of the PS4 Pro. The biggest consumer event of the year is three weeks away, but it looks like there has been some leaked information about the retailer’s deals on Black Friday.

According to a recent article by Gamespot, Xbox One sales rose 989 percent week over a week just in the United Kingdom alone, which was thought to be caused by the recent slimmed designed Xbox One S models launch. Also, Target will offer deals on PS4 DualShock wireless controller and Xbox One wireless controller, with the help of which the customers will be able to save $20. Not only was its exclusive library of games not on par with the PS4, but the Xbox One console itself wasn’t selling as well as Microsoft would have hoped for.

Officially the deals have not begun, but some retailers are offering early deals. There will also be $19.99 titles including Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition and Mortal Kombat XL, also for either the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One systems.

Xbox One on the other hand will have two different bundles, both seeing a $50 reduction to their price.

The Black Friday shopping season is already underway.

Microsoft celebrated their September’s success with a platform montage last month, highlighting some of the best features of the new Xbox One S.

Last year, the store started its sale at the beginning of Black Friday week, so it’s a fair bet that it won’t wait until Black Friday itself this year either.

As in years past, GameStop retail stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.

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