Asda’s Black Friday deal offers a PS4 and game for under £200

Black Friday has been building steadily for the last fortnight, but the dam is starting to break and the biggest deals are flying through – and this one comes from Asda.

The supermarket chain is offering a £50 saving on PlayStation 4 bundles – meaning you can get the most popular console with FIFA 20 or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for just £199.99. If you consider each of the games retails for £50 new, then you're essentially getting it thrown in for free alongside your console.

FIFA 20 launched earlier this year and brings back the life-consuming Ultimate Team mode while also adding a new street football mode that offers a fun diversion from the on-the-pitch action. Read our review here.

Get the PlayStation 4 with FIFA 20 bundle here .

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a reboot of the franchise that began in 2007 and offers a brand new campaign, exciting multiplayer, and a whole suite of co-op missions to complete with a friend. You can find our review here.

Get the PlayStation 4 with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare bundle here .

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This deal is one of the few PlayStation 4 deals we've found that isn't for the PS4 Pro, as Sony's more powerful (and more expensive machine) has been discounted a few times already – with GAME offering the console for £299.99 .

Whichever console you pick up, a PlayStation Plus subscription is ideal – allowing players to play online games like Fortnite or Apex Legends. Thankfully, we've got a g reat deal on a 12-month membership too.

Finally, if you're after both games then don't panic – Tesco has dropped the price of FIFA 20 to just £35 , but it's only in stores so you'll need to move quickly!

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