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Best Cyber Monday video game deals: PS5, Xbox Series X and Nintendo Switch games

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The best Cyber Monday video game deals can help you fill the gaps in your PS4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch library, or get great titles for your brand-new PS5 or Xbox Series X. Games typically cost $60, but with these discounts, you stand to save a lot of money – or get a couple more games. 

There are a lot of Cyber Monday deals to peruse as well, and they often include popular games, so you won't be limited to obscure titles. For example, the incredibly immersive Marvel's Spider-Man for PS4 is half off at $20 on Amazon and Ghost of Tsushima is $20 less than usual . As for Nintendo Switch games, Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu/Evee is now $29 at Target.

 From historical open-world adventures, to remasters of classic Nintendo franchises, to terrifying single-player campaigns that have you battling monsters, there’s something here for everyone. And if you’re looking for something more console-specific, be sure to check our best Cyber Monday PS5 deals, our best Cyber Monday Xbox Series X deals and our best Cyber Monday Nintendo Switch deals.

Remember: All PS4 games work on PS5, and all Xbox One games work on Xbox Series X/S.

PS4 and PS5 Games

Cyberpunk 2077: was $60 now $49.94 @ Amazon
This futuristic open-world RPG is one of the most anticipated games of the decade, and can be pre-ordered for $10 off right now. It'll work on PS4 on Day One, with a special PS5 upgrade patch coming for free at a later date.View Deal

Marvel's Spider-Man Game of the Year Edition: was $39 now $19 @ Best Buy
Imagine you're Spider-Man swinging around the skyscrapers of New York City going on missions and saving lives. Well, imagine no more. Marvel's Spider-Man lets you do that and more in an open-world scenario where you play the titular character. A compelling story, gorgeous visuals, and a dynamic combat are only among the best parts of this game. And, now it's on sale for $20 less.
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Doom Eternal: was $59 now $19 @ GameStop
Battle humongous, frightening monsters in this fast-paced game that essentially remade the original Doom game we know and love in a massive way, complete with an arsenal of awesome weapons. While this isn't for the faint-hearted, it's hours of exhilarating fun with gorgeous graphics and harder to kill enemies.View Deal

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: was $49 now $29 @ GameStop
The hotly anticipated Final Fantasy 7 Remake was just as good as fans hoped — and possibly even better, thanks to some very smart twists on the classic story. This PlayStation-exclusive RPG follows freedom fighter Cloud Strife and his band of freedom-fighting misfits as they engage in strategic real-time battles throughout the cyberpunk city of Midgar.View Deal

Ghost of Tsushima: was $59 now $39 @ Amazon
Another long-awaited PlayStation exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima is an historical open-world action/stealth game. Playing as Jin Sakai, a samurai in medieval Japan, you’ll employ both open combat and assassination to dispatch your Mongol foes and restore your honor — or lose it entirely. Ghost of Tsushima features a huge world to explore and a gripping story to follow.View Deal

God of War: was $19 now $9 @ Amazon
God of War’s latest entry might just be its strongest. Picking up years after the initial trilogy, God of War (2018) follows an older, more subdued Kratos as he and his son Atreus traverse the realms of Norse mythology on a family quest. Along the way, they’ll fight off trolls, serpents, elves, dragons and even gods.View Deal

The Last of Us 2: was $59 now $29 @ Amazon
One of 2020’s darkest and most intense games, The Last of Us 2 tells a complex story of love and revenge, full of twist and turns. You play as Ellie, as she travels across the postapocalyptic Pacific Northwest in order to avenge a brutal murder. Puzzles, stealth and exploration are all central to gameplay.View Deal

Watch Dogs Legion: was $60 now $29 @ Amazon
Ubisoft's ambitious new open world adventure lets you take control of literally anyone in a massive sci-fi take on London. It's $30 off and can be upgraded to the PS5 version for free.View Deal

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy: was $19 now $9 @ GameStop
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a standalone expansion in the fan-favorite Naughty Dog series. Instead of Nathan Drake, you’ll take control of Chloe Frazer as she embarks on a dangerous treasure hunt in India. Platforming, gunplay and puzzle-solving take center stage once again, although there’s some open-world exploration this time, too.View Deal

Marvel's Avengers: was $59 now $27 @ Amazon
Play as Marvel's greatest heroes in this third-person action adventure game. Offering a cinematic single player mode as well as an online adventure with up to four players, the game is absolutely worth your time at this price.View Deal

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: was $59, now $49 at Amazon
Try out the latest installment of the sneaky franchise on the newest console around. This time you're playing Norse assassin Eivor as they take on the Saxons in England with your longboat and dual-wielded axes. View Deal

Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S Games

Gears 5: was $19 now $9 @ GameStop
In one of the biggest Cyber Monday video game deals this year, you can get the hit Xbox One game Gears 5 for less than $10. This sequel in the long-running Gears of War franchise casts you as Kait Diaz, as you fight aliens and uncover a personal mystery. Gears 5 is optimized for Xbox Series X/S.View Deal

Madden NFL 21: was $59 now $27 @ GameStop
Madden NFL 21 has a huge benefit over its predecessors, as it’s optimized for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. If you buy one copy, you’ll be able to play it on the next-gen Xbox consoles, as well as the Xbox One. Otherwise, it’s the football game you know and love.View Deal

Maneater: was $39 now $12 @ Amazon
One of the more unusual “optimized for Xbox Series X/S” titles, Maneater is a “sharkPG,” in which you take control of a bull shark and build her into the terror of the seas. Presented in an engaging reality show parody format, Maneater is usually entertaining and occasionally hilarious. If nothing else, it’s different — and cheap.View Deal

Star Wars Squadrons: was $39 now $16 @ GameStop
Star Wars Squadrons demonstrates that there’s some life left in the old flight sim/dogfighting formula after all. You take control of either a Rebel Alliance or Galactic Empire hotshot pilot, then fly a variety of starfighters in an escalating series of combat missions. There’s a campaign mode as well as online multiplayer.View Deal

Watch Dogs Legion: was $59 now $29 @ Amazon
Watch Dogs Legion is one of Ubisoft’s newest games, and also one of its most ambitious. The game takes place in a near-future dystopian London, where everyday citizens must band together to stop a malicious cybersecurity company from abridging their freedoms. You can recruit almost anyone you see, making the game’s playable cast nearly limitless.View Deal

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was $39 now $19 @Best Buy
Perhaps the best video game to ever come out of Kickstarter, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a Metroidvania inspired by the classic Castlevania series. You control Miriam, who hunts all sorts of demons and monsters in an enormous, colorful castle. The game is backwards compatible with Xbox Series X, and well worth a look.View Deal

Marvel's Avengers: was $59 now $29 @ Best Buy
Join Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and the rest of the gang in saving San Francisco, and the rest of the world, from an evil tech corporation bent on global domination.View Deal

Nintendo Switch Games

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening: was $59 now $39 @ GameStop
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on the Nintendo Switch is a lovingly crafted remaster of the 1993 classic. Take control of Link as he explores the mysterious Koholint Island, where he’ll traverse eight puzzling dungeons as well as an expansive overworld. Zelda games rarely go on sale, so get this one while you can.View Deal

Luigi’s Mansion 3: was $59 now $39 @ GameStop
The Luigi’s Mansion series has provided surprisingly reliable puzzles and mild scares ever since the GameCube days, and Luigi’s Mansion 3 is no exception. By now, you know the drill: Take control of Luigi, explore a haunted building, fight off ghosts and hunt down optional collectibles. This time, you can also go online to compete with other players.View Deal

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle: was $59 now $14 @ Best Buy
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is one of the strangest games on the Nintendo Switch, and also one of the best. You build a team of familiar Mario characters and their Rabbid doppelgangers, then fight off evil Rabbids in complex strategy/RPG battles. It’s an odd mix, but an agreeable — and surprisingly rich — one.View Deal

Just Dance 2021: was $40 now $30 @ Best Buy
Stay active while being entertained. The beloved Just Dance series has always given folks the best of both worlds, and this 2021 edition for Nintendo Switch is no different. Except perhaps its price, as it's cheaper now, offering $20 off for Cyber Monday.View Deal

Super Mario 3D All-Stars: was $59 now $49 @ Amazon
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is currently $10 off its usual price. The game will be available only until March 2021. After that, the game will probably skyrocket in price, available only from sketchy scalpers. If you want to experience Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy on the Switch, this is your best chance.View Deal

Minecraft Dungeons Hero Edition: was $30 now $20 @ Best Buy
Battle your way through this all-new action game set in the Minecraft universe. Up to four adventurers can play together in collaborative mode, or you can brave the dungeons alone in a quest to defeat an evil foe.View Deal

Diablo 3 Eternal Collection: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon
Take up arms against the forces of evil in Blizzard’s action-packed loot-collecting slasher. You and up to three friends can slay your way through both the core game and Reaper of Souls collection as one of 7 different fantasy classes. View Deal

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Marshall Honorof

Marshall Honorof is an editor for Tom's Guide, covering gaming hardware, security and streaming video. After hours, you can find him practicing taekwondo or doing deep dives on classic sci-fi.