The best new deal of the day is from Amazon, which is offering the PC version of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor for $20.
Steam's Exploration-themed Fall sale is still going, Microsoft has a huge sale with up to 75 percent of on Xbox One and Xbox 360 games, and Origin is discounting over 200 PC games.
Even Blizzard, which doesn't discount its games as often, is offering Diablo III for $20, World of Warcraft (including the first four expansions) for $5, and more.
If you're looking for the best Black Friday deals, check out our roundup of offers in the US and the UK.
Below you'll find today's best deals divided by platform:
Sony's Black Friday PSN Flash Sale has InFamous Second Son for $20, Transistor for $8, and more.
Sony is discounting co-op games like Rayman Legends, Far Cry 3, and many others by as much as 80 percent in its PlayStation Store co-op sale. Full details on this promo are available here.
Amazon has the Xbox One Assassin's Creed Unity Bundle for $330
Microsoft has a huge sale with up to 75 percent off on Xbox One and Xbox 360 games as well as hardware bundles and accessories. Find our full breakdown of what's available here.
This week's Deals with Gold also includes more games and add-ons than usual, with 40 percent off Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition, 30 percent off Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, and more. You can find a complete list of discounts here.
Steam's Exploration-themed Fall sale will last through December 2. Here are some highlights available for the next 48 hours:
Pay what you want for the Humble Sega Bundle which includes games like NiGHTS Into Dreams, Empire: Total War, and the Dreamcast Collection.
Green Man Gaming's Black Friday sale has Company of Heroes 2 for $10, and more.
Origin is offering over 200 titles at up to 75 percent off, including the Mass Effect Trilogy for $15, Titanfall for $5, and more. You can check out the entire list on Origin here
Blizzard Entertainment has rolled out its pre-Black Friday deals:
If you don't mind installing Arc, you can get Torchlight for free.
Best Buy is offering a Wii U with Super Smash Bros and Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze for $360.
Toys R Us has a "buy 1 get 40 percent off" deal on Amiibo.
Target is offering a $15 gift card with Super Smash Bros for Wii U.
Get a Nintendo 3DS XL New Super Super Mario Bros 2 Limited Edition for $150 from Walmart.
Get a 3DS XL plus one of 13 games for $219 or less at Walmart.
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Lucasfilm has released an 88 second teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens.
The film, due to arrive in cinemas by December 2015, is the first of a new trilogy directed by JJ Abrams, whose recent work includes Star Trek: Into Darkness and Super 8.
The teaser is the first official footage of the new Star Wars film, which was announced in October 2012 when Disney purchased Lucasfilm in a deal worth $4 billion.
Electronic Arts is currently working on several games that will tie-in with the Star Wars movies. That includes Star Wars: Battlefront and another open-world game.
A lead developer working on The Crew, Ubisoft’s open-world racer, is confident of a smooth online launch when the game ships on December 5.Network errors and server-side problems have mired numerous key games released this year, such as Microsoft’s Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Sony’s Driveclub, Activision’s Advanced Warfare and Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity.
In response to Assasin’s Creed Unity’s rocky launch, Ubisoft issued an apology and offered free DLC to those who purchased the game. Those who bought the DLC season pass have also been offered a free Ubisoft game.
But the developer behind Ubisoft’s next big release, The Crew, appears confident that enough has been done to ensure a steady launch. Serkan Hasan, of the Lyon-based studio Ivory Tower, said that several betas of the game has helped stress-test the game’s online functionality.
“For The Crew, we’ve reaped the benefits of a long term beta program, designed specifically to push our infrastructure as far as possible in real world situations, with thousands of players from all over the world playing the game at the same time,” he told the Metropolist.
That doesn’t rule out unforeseen problems and problems out of the studio’s control, Hasan clarified.
“The launch of any online game these days has potential issues, but I hope that players will be encouraged by our open approach. If you had any doubts that we could pull this off, I hope that the betas proved our credentials and the game’s stability.”
The Crew ships across North America and Europe on December 5. It’s available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PC.