Win and save big with the best Black Friday Xbox Series X|S game deals going on now

Black Friday is the ideal time to pick up the latest and greatest video games and thankfully, many of the best Black Friday Xbox Series X|S game deals are currently live. We're talking discounts on hits like Diablo 4, Resident Evil 4, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and many more. 

Since Black Friday deals can change from day to day, I'll be updating this list regularly. Games that are no longer discounted will be removed and additional games that go on sale will be added, so check back frequently to see the latest sales. 

Immortals Fenyx Rising [Digital] | $69.99now $8.99 at Xbox ($61 off)

Immortals Fenyx Rising [Digital] | was $69.99 now $8.99 at Xbox ($61 off)

I personally think this is one of the most underrated games in recent gaming history and highly recommend it. You play as a demigod who must save the ancient Greek gods from a powerful titan. Along the way, you'll explore a vibrant land, solve puzzles, and defeat titanic monsters. In many ways, this game feels like a more playful Assassin's Creed game with similar mechanics and menus since it was created by Ubisoft.  Enjoy this deal on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.

💰Price check$9.95 at Amazon | $9.99 at Best Buy

Madden NFL 24 | $69.99now $29.99 at Best Buy ($40 off)

Madden NFL 24 | was $69.99 now $29.99 at Best Buy ($40 off)

If you're a football fan then this is the game for you and makes for the perfect multiplayer activity to play with family and friends on Thanksgiving. As we said in our Madden NFL 24 review, the new animations and graphics make the game look more realistic than ever before. 

💰Price check$34.97 at Walmart | $34.99 at Xbox [Digital]

 LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga [Digital] | $29.99now $17.99 at Xbox ($12 off)

 LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga [Digital] | was $29.99 now $17.99 at Xbox ($12 off)

In my LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review, I talked about how this hilarious game does a fantastic job of telling the story of the core movie series while shaking things up with loads of humor. I really can't tell you how many times the game made me laugh out loud. It can be played solo or with a buddy and there are dozens of characters to unlock and play as. 

💰Price check$19.99 at Best Buy | $23.96 at Amazon

Just Dance 2024 Edition | $59.99now $29.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

Just Dance 2024 Edition | was $59.99 now $29.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

I personally have no rhythm at all, so these kinds of games aren't for me. However, I know plenty of people who absolutely love to play each new Just Dance game that comes out. The 2024 Edition features 40 hit songs and you dance along to them using your smartphone as your controller. It's a great game for parties and family nights.

💰Price check$59.99 at Amazon [Digital] | $40.19 at Xbox [Digital]

Forza Horizon 5 | $59.99now $29.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

Forza Horizon 5 | was $59.99 now $29.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

Take the wheel while driving the car of your dreams and explore gorgeous environments in Mexico. There are hundreds of cars to unlock in this open-world racing game. As we said in our Forza Horizon 5 review, this is "the unchallenged champion of open-world racers." 

💰Price check$37.99 at Walmart | $29.99 at Xbox [Digital]

Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach | $39.99now $19.99 at Best Buy ($20 off)

Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach | was $39.99 now $19.99 at Best Buy ($20 off)

The latest game in the FNAF series has players wandering around the massive Freddy Fazbear's Mega Pizzaplex while the dangerous animatronic animals patrol. You're stuck inside the building and must do all you can to survive until morning when the doors unlock. During that time, you'll explore various areas like a daycare jungle gym, bowling alley, racecar speedway, and more while trying to stay alive. Plus, you have Freddy's help and can hide inside of him as long as he has enough battery. 

💰Price check: $40.40 at Amazon | $39.99 at Xbox [Digital]

Diablo 4 for Xbox Series X|S [Digital] | $69.99now $39.99 at Amazon ($30 off)

Diablo 4 for Xbox Series X|S [Digital] | was $69.99 now $39.99 at Amazon ($30 off)

Due to a ritual sacrifice, Lilith, the queen of the succubi has returned to the world of Sanctuary. It's up to players to battle her demonic hordes and return peace to the land. There are plenty of opportunities to level up, find better gear, and play with friends in multiplayer. You can read more in our Diablo 4 review.

💰Price check: $41.99 at Best Buy | $41.99 at Xbox [Digital]

Resident Evil 4 (remake) | $69.99now $39.96 at Walmart ($30.03 off)

Resident Evil 4 (remake) | was $69.99 now $39.96 at Walmart ($30.03 off)

As you can see from our Resident Evil 4 review, we were really impressed with this amazing remake of the classic game. You play as Leon S. Kennedy who has been sent on a mission to find the U.S. president's daughter and along the way you'll uncover a village filled with creepy cultists and increasingly horrific abominations who you'll have to fight.

💰Price check: $39.99 at Best Buy | $59.99 at Xbox [Digital]

Assassin's Creed Mirage | $69.99now $39.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

Assassin's Creed Mirage | was $69.99 now $39.99 at Best Buy ($30 off)

Something I talked about in my Assassin's Creed Mirage review is how Ubisoft really went back to its AC roots for this game. It only takes about 20-30 hours to beat the main story, but gameplay is fun and there are plenty of beautiful places to see in ancient Baghdad. You play as a young Basim ibn Is'haq and learn more about his story before he appeared in Valhalla. 

💰Similar deals: $39.99 at Amazon | $39.99 at Xbox [Digitial]

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor | $69.99now $34.99 at Best Buy ($35 off)

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor | was $69.99 now $34.99 at Best Buy ($35 off)

We called this a must-play in our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review. Cal Kestis is one of the few Jedi who wasn't killed when Emperor Palpatine executed Order 66. Now he's made it his mission to fight the empire as much as he can without getting caught. Along the way, he'll improve his Force abilities, explore various planets, encounter familiar Star Wars species, and meet plenty of new characters. It's a fun and somewhat challenging experience for any Star Wars fan.  

💰Similar deal: $34.99 at Amazon | $41.99 at Xbox [Digital]

Dead Space | $69.99now $34.99 at Best Buy ($35 off)

Dead Space | was $69.99 now $34.99 at Best Buy ($35 off)

In our Dead Space review, we talk about how this faithful remake does an excellent job of bringing the classic survival horror adventure to modern gaming. You play as Isaac Clarke who is sent to repair a spaceship with his team. However, it soon becomes apparent that strange monsters are everywhere and you'll need to fight for your life to make it out alive. 

💰Price check: $44.95 at Walmart | $34.99 at Xbox [Digital]

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The best games on Xbox Series X

Several Xbox Series X|S games are on sale during Black Friday 2023. (Image credit: Windows Central)

We at Windows Central spend a lot of time checking out the latest Xbox Series X|S games so we can write thorough video game reviews and strategy guides to help players out. We've got some strong opinions about which titles are the best Xbox games of all time. 

Whenever we get an Xbox Series X|S game for review, we always pay attention to performance, how fun the game is to play, and if there are any glitches that players need to be aware of. If the game is well-made and provides an enjoyable experience then we rate it higher. 

As you can see, many of the best Xbox games are on sale right now during Black Friday. If you want to find a way to enjoy Xbox games more easily then I highly recommend getting Xbox Game Pass (if you don't have a subscription already). This service gives you access to a large library of both classic Xbox games and recent releases. New titles and DLC are added regularly so there's always something new to discover. It's a great way to test out a game without having to purchase it. That way, if you end up not liking it, you don't have to feel bad about not finishing it. 

Rebecca Spear
Editor and Reviewer

Self-professed gaming geek, Rebecca Spear, is one of Windows Central's editors and reviewers with a focus on gaming handhelds, PC gaming, and laptops. When she isn't checking out the latest games on Xbox Game Pass, PC, ROG Ally, or Steam Deck; she can be found digital drawing with a Wacom tablet. She's written thousands of articles with everything from editorials, reviews, previews, features, previews, and hardware reviews over the last few years. If you need information about anything gaming-related, her articles can help you out. She also loves testing game accessories and any new tech on the market. You can follow her @rrspear on X (formerly Twitter).