Microsoft to offer Digital Black Friday Deals 2015 via Xbox Store!

IDigitalTimes confirmed that Black Friday Sale is the perfect time to procure a new Xbox One for $299 because of the add-ins. However, all these deals will be offered via its Xbox LIVE Marketplace store. Xbox One Gold subscribers will be able to start downloading the reduced price games on November 20 all the way through November 24.

According to the video above, upgrading to Xbox Live Gold status will only cost $1. Will you take advantage of upgrading to Xbox Live Gold for only $1? For example, this week NBA 2K16 is free for users to play over the weekend.

Xbox One Gold members will have early access to some of those deals starting November 20, with a recent teaser trailer from the company, revealing: “Xbox Live Gold members will get early access to deals of up to 40-60% off and save up to 10% more for being Gold from November 20-23”.

Microsoft is expected to offer these games with some discounts or by coupling them with some exciting deals.

Microsoft, makers of the Xbox One entertainment console, isn’t being coy about the amount of money gamers can save if they wait to purchase titles until it’s Black Friday 2015 sale.

The retailer said the $50 discount on Xbox One consoles applies to all consoles, while the PS4 deal is good only for the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection system. The Redmond tech giant knows that a ton of people are going to snag the $299 Xbox One bundles on Black Friday, so its slashing prices on more than 150 digital games so users can fill out their library. The discount is instant in most places, like Amazon for example.


Remapping is available not only for the first party Xbox One controllers, but also for third party controllers too. Microsoft also charged for access to multiplayer on the Xbox 360. The company seems to be trying to get users hooked this holiday season.

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