Retailers are bringing you a whole hose of deals on games and consoles on Black Friday.

Here's your rundown of some of the best deals for gamers:

1. Overwatch

Activision Blizzard's (ATVI) popular game Overwatch will be available for a limited period of time at a heavily discounted price.

If you want to get your hands on this online first-person shooter game, you will be able to buy digital copies of it at 50% of its original price on Battle.net, the Playstation store or on the Xbox Live Marketplace.

2. Heroes of the Storm

Activision Blizzard will also be offering big discounts on everything from bundles to skins to heroes for its multiplayer online battle arena game 'Heroes of the Storm'.

If this deal interests you, you'll be pleased to hear that the company's Black Friday sale for Heroes of the Storm will last until Monday 27th November,

3. Xbox One S

The 4K Ultra HD-equipped Xbox One S will go for just $189 ($90 off) at Best Buy (BBY) and GameStop  (GME) . Microsoft  (MSFT)  will also be offering the Xbox One S for $189, and is also throwing in one free game of your choice with each purchase.

4. Oculus Rift Headset

This deal will interest you if you're a fan of virtual reality. Best Buy and Newegg are offered Facebook's (FB) Oculus Rift Headset with controllers for $350 instead of $399.

5. Playstation 4

Walmart (WMT) is offering Sony's  (SNE) Playstation 4 1TB console at the discount price of $199 ($100 off).

If you want to spend a little bit more, you'll be able to get the Playstation 4 Pro at Gamestop for $350 (a saving of $49), according to a leaked ad.

Is Your Wallet Ready for Black Friday?

 

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