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Pre-order Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox over Black Friday and save at least $10

Cyberpunk 2077 is the hottest, most anticipated game of the year, possibly of all time. Having originally been slated for release in early 2020, then delayed, then delayed again, and again, we’re hoping with all our being that the current December 10 launch date holds true.

But, even though it hasn’t launched yet, you can secure yourself a copy for Xbox One or Xbox Series X and save $10 in the process over Black Friday. Here’s how.

The launch price of Cyberpunk 2077 is $59.99, and you’ll see that at places like Best Buy and the Microsoft Store. But, if you head over to Amazon you can secure a copy for just $49.94 by pre-ordering right now. Thanks to Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee, you’ll always pay the lowest price between the point you pre-order and the point the item ships. So there’s even a chance you could pay less than $49.94 but you won’t pay more.

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It’s good for both Xbox One and Xbox Series X, and because it supports Smart Delivery you get an upgraded version for free if you start out on the Xbox One. Unfortunately, Xbox Series S owners can’t take advantage because this price only applies to the physical copy. The digital download is still full price.

Don’t sleep on this one though. You’re going to want to play Cyberpunk 2077, and what’s better than getting possibly the greatest game ever made and saving money in the process?

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This post was written by Richard Devine and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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