Next up, wireless DualShock controller across a vast range of PS4 controller colors will be discounter to $39.99, but it's the bundles that are really going to get people excited. The house of PlayStation released a humorous Black Friday sale announcement video that focuses on the joys of staying indoors and playing games during the cold winter months.
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Everyone but J. Jonah Jameson will love this year's featured Black Friday deal from PlayStation, because you'll be able to pick up a PlayStation 4 1TB Bundle with Marvel's Spider-Man for $259.99 (regularly $379.99) and more!
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Starting with the core console, Sony will be serving up a new Marvel Spider-Man Standard Edition PS4 bundle for $199.99 United States dollars ($259.99 CAN). The headliner is a bundle that includes a PlayStation 4 and the critically-acclaimed new Spider-Man game for just $199.
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There's more planned for Black Friday Week beyond those three deals, however. You can also pick up extra controllers for $40 USA / $50 CAN, including some of the color variants like Blue Camouflage and Magma Red. For those looking for an early deal, starting today, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is being discounted by 20%, bringing it down to $47.99 on the PlayStation Store. The Black Friday deals will be available through November 26 in the U.S. (Nov. 30 in Canada), while supplies last. This change would completely open up what you can do with Sony's controller, as well as what sort of interactive feedback you could get from it, such as the ability to see a small view of a map, in-game stats, and so on.