UPDATE 25/11/16 09:55am There's an ongoing price-matching battle between different retailers, and Amazon has now nudged down some prices and increased a couple of others. Dishonored 2 and FIFA 17 are now down to £29.99, there's a pound off the 1TB Xbox One bundle with FIFA, Forza and Force Awakens, and Just Dance 2017 is now unmissable at £19.99. Titanfall 2 is down to £28 - but that's nowhere near HMV.

ORIGINAL STORY 24/11/18:00 It is still not Black Friday, quite, but Amazon has rolled out big discounts to games and hardware anyway. The company has announced a raft of deals will be going live this evening from 8pm UK time, including significant price cuts on console bundles and very new game releases.

The eyebrow-raising entries are Dishonored 2 and Watch Dogs 2, which are both being cut down to £32.99 - the latter barely a week after launch. Watch Dogs 2's launch sales fell far, far short of its predecessor, prompting Ubisoft to issue a statement saying it expected "both week-two and week-three sales to be above traditional sales patterns". Cutting the price seems a good way to make that happen. Battlefield 1, FIFA 17 and Call of Duty Infinite Warfare have received the same discount.

Elsewhere a 500GB PS4 bundle with Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 is now £199.99 - the cheapest Xbox One S pack is £229.99, with a controller and your choice of FIFA or Minecraft. Destiny: The Collection, which includes the base game and all expansions, has been reduced to £19.99, which is the cheapest we've seen it for. Here's the full list of game and console deals:

This week we're maintaining lists of the most significant Black Friday discounts for PS4 and Xbox One, and there's a complete rundown of the best Amazon Black Friday gaming deals too.

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