Black Friday 2015 has come and gone but you can still save on Fallout 4 for PS4, Xbox One or PC. There are several Fallout 4 Cyber Monday deals that you can take advantage of and this guide will outline them for you.
Three weeks ago, Bethesda released Fallout 4 for PC, Xbox One and PS4. The game has its fair share of problems but it’s being recognized as one of the best games of the year. It’s a game that should be on your radar if you’re looking for a new game for yourself or a loved one this holiday season.
Some Fallout 4 Black Friday deals have extended into Cyber Monday and today we want to detail the best Fallout 4 deals out right now.
Best Fallout 4 Cyber Monday Deals
Some of these Fallout 4 deals will end once Cyber Monday concludes. Others should be available once the calendar turns. If you don’t want to pay full price for Fallout 4 or a Fallout 4 bundle, this guide will help you save today, tomorrow and in December.
Amazon Cyber Monday Deals
Amazon has several Fallout 4 Cyber Monday deals available and they include two of the best deals you’ll find for the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game.
The retailer is offering a 15% Cyber Monday Fallout 4 discount that takes $10 off the price of the game dropping it down to $50. (Just enter the code listed at checkout.) This deal applies to all three versions of the standard game. That means Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
This deal lasts through today so you have a limited amount of time to take advantage of it. It’s not clear Amazon will bring back its Amazon Prime Savings offer after the conclusion of Cyber Monday or if the price will return to its normal $60.
Microsoft Cyber Monday Deal
Microsoft also has a few Fallout 4 Cyber Monday deals though both of them will be gone once November 30th ends.
The first deal will net you at $10 gift code at the Microsoft Store. All you need to do is buy the game. Microsoft is charging $60. You’ll also get a free copy of Fallout 3 for Xbox 360 that runs on Xbox One thanks to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature.
The company is also offering the Fallout 4 1TB Xbox One bundle for $350, or, $50 cheaper than its normal $400 price point.
Best Buy Cyber Monday Deal
Best Buy’s also offering the Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle for $350 instead of $400. This deal, like Microsoft’s, lasts through today.
Thing is, it looks like the bundle is sold out online which means you’ll have to call around to local stores in order to find it. Maybe you’ll get lucky.
GameStop Cyber Monday Deal
Same goes for GameStop. Its Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle is currently sold out online though you might be able to find it for $350 at a local store.
Make sure you call ahead before you head down because stock is probably going to be extremely thin. Remember, this deal has been available since November 26th.
The retailer is also offering $10 off Fallout 4 if you trade-in a PS4 or Xbox One game towards the purchase.
Costco is selling the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game for $50. These, like Amazon’s deals, are two of the best offers out right now.
Online retailer Newegg is offering the digital version of Fallout 4 for Xbox One for $55. Or, $5 off the usual price.
Sam’s Club Deal
Sam’s Club is offering the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Fallout 4 for $55. Like NewEgg’s offer, that’s $ off the standard price.
PC Fallout 4 Deals
Green Man Gaming is offering a voucher that will take 10% off the price of the PC version of the game. The deal extends through December 1st. At check out, enter SAVE10-WTHGMG-GTBFCM. This will drop the game to $54. You can also use the code to drop the price of the Fallout 4 Season Pass to $27. It normally costs $30.
DLGamer is also offering Fallout 4 for $49 though the offer will cease to exist in just a few short hours.
Game & Console Maintenance
Before you play, make sure that you've already downloaded all of your software updates.
System updates can be large so make sure you have everything squared away before you try and jump in. Instant On mode for Xbox One is a great way to ensure that your console, and your games, are updated in the background.
You'll also want to make sure that Fallout 4 is ready to go. Bethesda has been releasing regular Fallout 4 updates (the latest is the 1.5 update) and they are usually pretty sizable.
The last thing you want to do is spend your entire hour of free time dealing with the download and installation so make sure automatic updates are turned on. That way, when you jump on, you aren't wasting time.
You'll also want to make sure that your controller and headset (if you use one) are charged and that you have batteries handy. I've already experienced this let down (not having batteries or a substantial charge) first hand and it's not fun when you're trying to cram in a few quests before your presence is needed elsewhere.