The best Cyber Week gaming deals for 2020

Cyber Monday is over, but gamers are still getting spoiled with last-minute Cyber Week deals. Retailers are offering discounts on everything from consoles to accessories, subscriptions, and games — so whether you’re sticking with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or PC, or upgrading to the latest PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, you’re sure to find a deal that’s right for you.

No matter what platform for choose, we’ve got your back with our roundups of the best Cyber Week PlayStation deals, Cyber Week Xbox deals, Cyber Week Nintendo Switch deals, and Cyber Week gaming laptop deals that are still available. If you see an offer that you like, don’t hesitate on sealing the deal because there’s no telling how long the discounts will last and when stocks will run out, especially since gaming deals are always among the most popular listings in the runup to the holidays.

Best Cyber Week gaming deals

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The Last of Us: Part II

$30 $60
Set five years after the events in the first game, the sequel picks up directly after and ushers out the PS4 generation with a fantastic experience.
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Marvel's Spider-Man: Game of The Year Edition

$20 $40
Jump into one of the best PS4 titles with the Game of the Year Edition, which includes all post-launch content.
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WD 2TB Gaming Drive for PS4

$80 $90
When the capacity on your PS4 console’s hard drive is not enough to conquer boundless new worlds, you can expand your capacity by up to 2TB with the WD Gaming Drive.
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PowerA Wireless GameCube Style Controller for Nintendo Switch

$43 $50
If you didn't get a chance to grab the wired GameCube-style Switch controller that Nintendo released a while back, this is the next best thing (and maybe even better since it's actually wireless).
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3-Month PlayStation Plus Membership

$15 $27
Get three months of PlayStation Plus membership, granting you access to online gaming and exclusive free games.
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Watch Dogs: Legion PS4 Gold Steelbook Edition

$80 $110
Explore a massive open world with this edition of Watch Dogs: Legion which includes the base game, Season Pass, and Premium SteelBook, plus a free upgrade to the digital PS5 version.
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Cyberpunk 2077 for Xbox One

$50 $60
Live the cyberpunk life in this dystopian open-world adventure game from the same development studio that brought us The Witcher series. Available for pre-order at a discount now.
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Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

$50 $60
Take to medieval England in the latest entry in the Assassin's Creed series. Step into the role of a vicious Viking and conquer the land.
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Respawn RSP-125 Sidewinder Gaming Chair

$185 $499
Take control with this gaming chair from Respawn. Its PU leather inserts, integrated headrest, foam lumbar support, and weight-activated tilt control ensure a comfortable gaming session.
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Atlantic Original Gaming Desk

$105 $150
Stay organized with this 32-inch gaming desk that features a charging stand for your phone, speaker stands, game storage, under-desk basket, controller stand, and much more.
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Razer Viper Ultralight Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse

$40 $80
Considered the lightest mouse in e-sports right now, the Razer Viper Ultralight mouse's weight and fast 16K DPI gives competitive gamers more precision and speed.
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CORSAIR K95 RGB PLATINUM

$130 $200
This keyboard is packed with Macros, Hotkeys, and other top tier amenities. Perfect for someone who wants the best tools and knows how to use them.
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Alienware AW3420DW Curved 34" Monitor

$1,007 $1,200
No top-tier gaming setup is complete without the Alienware AW3420DW monitor. With a curved, ultrawide display in 3440x1440p and a 120Hz refresh rate, this monitor is a hardcore gamer's delight.
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Western Digital 1TB Gaming Drive SSD

$180 $200
For ultra-fast gaming speeds and almost completely eliminated loading screens, take the WD 1TB Gaming Drive SSD out for a spin and watch your photorealistic gaming take on a whole new meaning.
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Razer BlackWidow TE Chroma v2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Orange Key Switches

$90 $140
Gamers who prefer silent key presses over clicky ones will appreciate this BlackWidow variant. Aside from offering speed and precision, it's also durable and even has a plush leatherette for comfort.
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PowerA Charging Station with Elite Door for Xbox One

$26 $30
This Xbox-licensed dual charging station, which is also compatible with the Xbox Elite wireless controller, comes with two rechargeable battery packs and shows charge levels through LED light bars.
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LG 27GL650F-B 27-inch FHD Gaming Monitor (1080p, 144Hz)

$300 $350
Take your gaming to the next level with the LG 27GL650F monitor, elevating your gameplay to the level of pros without spending on a small fortune on a competitive level gaming monitor.
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ABS Master Gaming PC (Intel Core i5, RTX 2060 GPU, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD)

$950 $1,100
Who doesn't want a powerful PC? This gaming PC is designed for serious gaming with a fast Core i5 processor and a great graphics card. You don't have to worry about lag ever again.
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Final Fantasy VII Remake Standard Edition

$30 $60
The reimagining of the classic RPG from 1997 brings back Cloud and Avalanche as they try to prevent Shinra from draining the planet's life force while taking on the mysterious Sephiroth.
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Staples Emerge Vortex Bonded Leather Gaming Chair

$140 $200
Comfort meets style in this Staples gaming chair. It features plush cushions along with a padded headrest for relaxed seating. The flip-up adjustable arms means you can easily get in and out of it.
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Super Mario Party

$50 $60
The four-player Mario Party board game is back with new maps and different minigames, where your skill will be tested as you try to win more stars than your opponents.
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Marvel's Avengers

$29 $60
Defend the Earth with Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, Thor, and Miss Marvel, and strengthen the Avengers by unlocking skills and crafting gear.
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Persona 5 Royal Standard Edition

$35 $60
Lead the Phantom Thieves of Hearts in their mission to change the world, while exploring Tokyo and building your relationships with the game's characters in the extended version of Persona 5.
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Super Mario Odyssey

$50 $60
Explore different worlds with Mario and his new ally Cappy as you try to save Princess Peach from Bowser's wedding plans in this 3D adventure.
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ASUS ROG GT-AC2900 Gaming Router

$191 $200
This gaming-focused router will optimize your network's performance, giving you a smoother connection with zero latency. It's perfect for gamers with multiple devices or cloud gaming systems.
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SkyTech Chronos Mini 8-Core Gaming Computer (RTX 2070, 1TB SSD, 16GB DDR4)

$1,300 $1,600
Get style and high-speed performance with this SkyTech CPU. With its AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor and GeForce RTX 2070 Super GPU-based graphics card, you'll enjoy smooth, immersive gameplay.
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Nintendo Switch Lite 32GB

$200
Pick up the Nintendo Switch Lite for less with this deal, which includes a 32GB Switch Lite and an AC adapter. It's available in turquoise, coral, yellow, or gray.
Extra 5% off with on-page coupon
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RUNMUS Gaming Headset

$27 $43
This headset is compatible with PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Soft ear cups ensure comfort during long gaming sessions, while quality simulated surround sound provides an immersive experience
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NBA 2K20 (XBox One)

$24 $30
The most accurate and advanced basketball simulator released to date, NBA 2K20 will have you both playing as your favorite stars and starting from scratch as your own player from rookie to legend.
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MSI GF75 Thin 17.3” Laptop + Free MSI Urban Raider Backpack & MSI M99 Mouse

$749 $999
The MSI GF75 is the perfect entry level laptop for gamers on a budget. It boasts superior graphics, fast performance, and hi-res audio in a thin and light package.

How to choose gaming equipment

Gaming starts with choosing your preferred platform, so your first choice should be between starting your journey with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or PC, or buying the new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X.

The new consoles are more powerful than their predecessors, with developers to focus on making games for them in the immediate future, but the older consoles are still fine choices, especially if you are on a budget and want to try the games that have been released for the platforms. Each console has its own advantages, but one of the main factors that you should consider is their exclusive titles, such as God of War and The Last of Us Part II for the PlayStation 4, Gears 5 and Halo 5: Guardians for the Xbox One, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch. These are also the games that you’ll want to own, as they showcase the best of the consoles where they belong.

After settling on the console that you want to purchase, or if you want to expand your arsenal for your current console, you can look for accessories such as controllers and headsets. Extra controllers are required to fully enjoy games with local multiplayer modes, or as replacements for banged-up controllers after years of use, while headsets are important for communicating with teammates in online multiplayer matches. For PC gamers, you should also take a look at upgrading your monitor, so you can better enjoy your games’ visuals, and your mouse and keyboard, as the best and most reliable ones will not only help you win but will also make your rig look more stylish.

Lastly, a comfortable gaming chair is a must so that you won’t start experiencing aches and pains from playing video games too much — such as when you’re on the home stretch of a single-player game or having one of those late-night multiplayer parties with your friends online.

Are any gaming deals too good to be true?

When it comes to gaming deals, Cyber Week continues some of the best discounts on popular consoles, games, and accessories. Major sales events are usually the time retailers like to get rid of their old stock, so you’re likely to find deals on older games. This is not necessarily a bad thing, especially if you’re picking up a new console since you’ll need some games to build up your library. Just be sure to check the original price of the games and consoles you’re buying to be sure you are getting an actual deal.

We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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