The best Cyber Monday deals for gamers

We're about to head into the dubiously-titled "Cyber Monday," but that doesn't mean the Internet has stopped producing more deals on games and consoles over the past couple of days. We've got another batch to check through right now, so strap in.

As always, we'll be talking about gaming stuff here, but there's plenty of other techy or non-gaming related deals going on too. If you'd like to have a browse of some of those, head over to Jelly Deals, where we'll be keeping tabs on everything from bluetooth headphones to toasters. We also have pages dedicated to PS4 and Xbox One deals right here on the site.

US Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Best Buy is currently offering a bundle of a new-style DualShock 4 controller along with the USB wireless adapter that enables users to play PC and Mac games using the controller. That set will currently set you back $39.99, so you're essentially getting the PC adapter for free.

DualShock 4 V2 controller with PC wireless adapter for $39.99 from Best Buy

Bundle time now, starting with Xbox One S consoles. If you're after a 500GB console, you can head to Target right now and grab a bundle of an Xbox One S 500GB with Battlefield 1 and a 3 month Xbox Live Gold membership for only $212.49. The price will discount once you add the bundle to your basket.

Xbox One S 500GB with Battlefield 1 and 3 Month Xbox Live Gold for $212.49 from Target

If you're not satisfied with that offer, then check out eBay's offering of an Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft bundle along with a copy of LEGO Star Wars Force Awakens Gold Edition for $249.99.

Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft bundle with LEGO Star Wars Force Awakens Gold Edition for $249.99 from eBay

Still not satiated? Then let's go bigger. You can pick up a 1TB Xbox One S console along with Gears of War 4, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and an extra controller for $299.99 right now.

Xbox One S 1TB with Gears of War 4, extra controller and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for $299.99 from eBay

On the other side of the playing field, we have some PS4 bundles. You can currently pick up a PS4 Pro 1TB console at Amazon US for only $339.99, which is pretty nice. Alternatively, you could head to Best Buy where you'll get a PS4 500GB Slim with Uncharted 4, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, all for $249.99. As a bonus, that price will go down to $224.99 if you checkout using VISA.

PS4 Pro 1TB for $399.00 from Amazon US

PS4 500GB Slim with Uncharted 4, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered for $249.99 or $224.99 using VISA checkout from Best Buy

UK Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Gather 'round football fans - or at least the football fans who don't subscribe themselves to the FIFA side of things - since Pro Evo 2017 is down to its lowest price yet. At TheGameCollection you can nab an Xbox One copy for £24.95 while stock lasts while over at Amazon UK, you'll get a PS4 version for £27.99.

Now that Microsoft has revised its standard Xbox One controller to include bluetooth, you can celebrate that fact by going all-in with the blue theme and getting this slightly garish entirely blue Xbox One controller which includes bluetooth for £34.99 from GAME. Great, now I've got that Eiffel 65 song stick in my head.

Xbox One Blue controller (with Bluetooth) for £34.99 from GAME

Forza Horizon 3 is my favourite racing game since Burnout Paradise. It's not quite as insane as Paradise but it's also not all that far off. It's a gorgeous realisation of an open-world driving game set on the coast of Australia. No DJ Atomica in sight though. Anyway, you can grab an Xbox One copy of the game for just £23.99 at Amazon UK right now and you really, really should.

Forza Horizon 3 on Xbox One for £23.99 from Amazon UK

You may not want to play Animal Crossing's answer to Mario Party all that much, but getting the version that comes with a set of amiibo cards as well as amiibo figures for Isabelle and Digby for £7.95 is good value however you cut it. It's available at TheGameCollection while stock lasts.

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival with Digby and Isabelle amiibo for £7.95 from TheGameCollection

GAME is offloading its remaining stock of the Halo 5 Collector's Edition for £30 right now. That's the big-box version that comes with a massive statue of Master Chief and Locke along with a litany of other trinkets. This one was originally £135, so you may have passed it up at launch, if so you can grab it now. Stock has been going in and out of this one though, so if it's not immediately in stock, check back later.

Okay, time to look at PS4 bundles for the UK. GAME and Argos are up today with their respective offers of PlayStation shaped boxes with games and other bits. Firstly, if you've been after a PS4 Pro console, GAME will sell you one for £349.99 along with copies of Fallout 4, inFAMOUS Second Son and a NOW TV pass thrown in. It's not quite the bargain basement pricing you may be hoping for but it's the best PS4 Pro bundle we've seen this week.

PS4 Pro 1TB with Fallout 4, InFAMOUS Second Son and NOW TV pass for £349.99 from GAME

If you're after a Slim rather than a Pro, you can head over to Argos where your options are between a PS4 500GB Slim console with Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Tom Clancy's The Division for £209.99 or a PS4 500GB Slim console with Uncharted 4, FIFA 17 and The Division for the same price.

That's all for today, folks, but we shall return tomorrow to scope out all the best deals and price cuts for the 1996 hit movie 'Cyber Monday'. The nature of these deals being what they are, any of these offers can (and probably will) sell out quickly, so be sure to jump on something you like when you see it. If you want to stay as up to date as possible with the very best deals as they arrive, head over to Jelly Deals or find us on Twitter or Facebook.

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