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FIFA 21 is cheaper than its ever been on PS5 and Xbox Series X this Black Friday

FIFA 21
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Back of the net! You’ve probably been waiting for that FIFA 21 price drop. Well, it’s here – and then some. Whether you're in the US or the UK, the Black Friday gaming deals have dropped the price by almost half, just a few weeks after it first launched. 

Both are the cheapest they’ve ever been on either console but it only gets better: thanks to EA’s Dual Entitlement scheme, both PS4 and Xbox One versions can be upgraded free of charge to their next-gen counterparts completely free from December 4. 

So, that’s a new PS5 game for £32.99/$26.99 on Amazon and an Xbox Series X game for £32.99/$26.99. Bargain.

The next-gen versions aren’t just current-gen with a bit more juice either. There are new animations, new ways to play the game with the new Game Cam angle, and new physics too. It’s promising to be a proper next-gen experience, running at 4K/60 FPS.

FIFA 21 on PS4 (with FREE PS5 upgrade) | £48.99

FIFA 21 on PS4 (with FREE PS5 upgrade) | £48.99 £32.99 on Amazon UK
Get the PS4 version now and carry over your Ultimate Team progress on PS5, with added graphical enhancements and other next-gen features. A saving of nearly £20, too.

FIFA 21 on Xbox One (with FREE Xbox Series X upgrade) | £47.75

FIFA 21 on Xbox One (with FREE Xbox Series X upgrade) | £47.75 £32.99 on Amazon UK
Nearly £15 off this Xbox One version and, again, you get to upgrade for free to the Xbox Series X game on December 4. Improved animations and graphics and a 60 FPS framerate all make this a no-brainer on next-gen.

FIFA 21 for PS4 (PS5 version included) | $59.99

FIFA 21 for PS4 (PS5 version included) | $59.99 $26.99
FIFA 21 just came out in October, but you can already get it for a fraction of the usual price with this early Black Friday deal. Plus, buy it on PS4 and get the free PS5 upgrade for free when it launches.


It's unclear how long this deal will last for, or whether stock is in short supply, so we'd advise getting on the offer while you still can. Pick your copy, and get ready to dominate the pitch on the next generation of hardware. 

Upgrade your whole entertainment system while you're at it. The Black Friday TV deals are flowing and there are also discounts galore on Black Friday gaming monitors.

Bradley Russell

I'm the Entertainment Writer here at GamesRadar+, focusing on news, features, and interviews with some of the biggest names in film and TV. On-site, you'll find me marveling at Marvel and providing analysis and room temperature takes on the newest films, Star Wars and, of course, anime. Outside of GR, I love getting lost in a good 100-hour JRPG, Warzone, and kicking back on the (virtual) field with Football Manager. My work has also been featured in OPM, FourFourTwo, and Game Revolution.