Just like other popular traditions celebrated in the world, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have also managed to make their way into Australia. And with that brings a massive number of deals to make shopping extra special this coming weekend, especially for gamers.

A number of Black Friday 2015 deals have sprung up, offering access to weekend-long discounts for PC games, developer-specific titles and the like. Tech retailer Newegg has announced the extension of its Black Friday sales to Australia. For the next three days, customers will have access to over 260 products with “deep discounts” on PC parts and gaming products, as seen in its official website.

“Newegg will offer hundreds of great deals before, during and after Black Friday, giving bargain-hunters the opportunity to get a jump on their holiday shopping,” Newegg Chief of Operations James Wu in a statement quoted by Businesswire.

For some Black Friday 2015 shoppers, a better alternative would be to access seasonal discounts without having to deal with crowds. This is what the annual Steam Black Friday 2015 sale provides. Dubbed as the Exploration Sale, this brings the prices of games like “Grand Theft Auto V,” “Call of Duty : Black Ops III” and “Counter Strike: Global Offensive” down, with up to 50 percent discounts.

Apart from the Exploration Sale, Steam’s yearly winter sale is also coming next month. Fans of titles like “Rainbow Six Siege” and “Just Cause 3” may want to hold out for that sale, as these newer games may be sold with a discount of 10 percent or more. The Steam Winter sale will start on Dec. 22 and end on Jan. 1.

Fans who are looking to buy developer-specific titles for Black Friday 2015 will do well to check out some online developer stores over the weekend for great finds. Electronic Arts has already rolling out its list of discounted titles. Over its official Origin website, EA boasts of up to 75 percent deals, thanks to what it touts as the biggest sale for the year. Some games to check out from Origin’s store include “FIFA 2016,” “Battlefield 4” and “Star Wars Battlefront.”

Square Enix is offering a similar over its official website. Selected items can have up to 70 percent of deals, with games like “Hitman: Absolution,” “Tomb Raider Definitive Edition” “Heavensward Final Fantasy XIV” and “Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut.” While preorders are not part of the 70 percent off Black Friday 2015 deal, there is a 10 percent discount on preorders of selected products.

But potentially the best deal would be for PC players, as the developer is giving a free copy of “Hitman 2: Silent Assassin.” To become eligible for the free game, players only need to create an account on Square Enix website, browse through the massive collection of games and on the next purchase at checkout, use the discount couple with the code FreeSilentAssassin. Fans should hurry, as the deal only lasts until Nov. 29.

Electronic Arts Black Friday 2015 deals (Credit: YouTube/IGN)

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