Early Black Friday game deals: Sonic Frontiers, Stray, Plague Tale Requiem, TMNT, much more

Reg. $60 $29
Sonic Frontiers Black Friday

The Early Black Friday Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox game deals are now in full swing, many of which are already sitting at the lowest advertised prices. While we saw loads of Switch titles go on sale yesterday, Amazon is now offering the new Sonic Frontiers at $29 shipped on Switch and Series X or $35 on PlayStation consoles. Regularly $60, this is up to 52% off, a new Amazon all-time low, and the best price we can find. This recently-released Sonic experience takes the titular hero to five massive overworld islands, “each with their own unique action-platforming challenges and hidden secrets to uncover.” It’s a Sonic experience not quite like anything we have seen before with unlockable Cyber Space stages, an all-new battle system, skill tree upgrades, and even some nostalgic 2D action. Be sure to head below for the rest of today’s best early Black Friday Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox game deals.

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