While Black Friday is right around the corner, and many gamers are starting to plan for the financial headaches that will proceed it from spending too much on the day, those planning on buying the most powerful console on the market are able to do so a few days in advance.

Microsoft’s behemoth home console, the Xbox One X, is currently on sale at Best Buy for $399.99. Normally priced $100 more at $499.99, Microsoft has publicly stated that they will discounting their newest system this Black Friday, along with their entry level model, the Xbox One S. The system, which boast 40% more power than any other console on the market, is packed with 12 GBs of GDDR5 graphic memory, 6 teraflops of graphical processing power, stunning native 4K resolution, an immense depth of color through High Dynamic Range (HDR), and a built in 4K UHD Blu-Ray player. While the console truly shines brightest on a 4K television, the console also promises improved quality on games rendering in 1080p, including an increased frame rate and faster loading times.

Microsoft will also be offer multiple other bundles on the system this Black Friday, outside of just they system itself. Fallout 76 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider both have special bundles available for the system which are currently $429.99, along with the recently launched Battlefield V with a special Gold Rush edition Xbox One X for $429.99 as well.

As the massive shopping day approaches, we will continue to update you on the best upcoming deals you can look out for, and will also release a TV Buying Guide for specialty priced TVs this Black Friday so you can get the most out of your new Xbox One X for a great price.

 

For more updates on Black Friday 2018, and what are the best deals in gaming to snag, be sure to follow us on Twitter at @BonusAccessory, and keep it locked in on Bonus Accessory.

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