Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 on consoles for $35 in Target's early Black Friday special [UPDATE]

Eventually Black Friday will start and never end.


Update (3:52pm Pacific)

I misread this promotion as offering digital and physical editions of both games. Only physical editions are available, but you can purchase them online or have them held at a store of your choice. I've changed the original text to reflect this information.

[Original Story Follows]

Target is selling Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 for $35 each right now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The promotion only applies to disc-based versions of the games. You can purchase copies through Target's storefront using the links at the bottom of this article. Neither store page reflects the promotional price, but adding them to your cart will show the discounted amounts.

If you prefer to pick them up at a nearby store, add them to Target's Cartwheel app for mobile devices. 

The promotion is part of the retail giant's early Black Friday specials, and lasts until Thursday, November 10.

Both Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 have received mostly positive reviews from critics. Concerning Titanfall 2, Shacknews editor Cassidee Moser concluded that "The addition of a single-player campaign was a huge positive for this series, especially due to the bizarre twists and turns it takes throughout. In a year filled with outstanding shooters in both the single and multiplayer fronts, Titanfall 2 does just enough to prove it can hang with the others, even if it is re-treading old ground."

Shack editor Josh Hawkins enjoyed Battlefield 1, but feels certain elements could use more time in the oven. "It feels like Battlefield, it works like Battlefield, and it has plenty of opportunities for amazing things to happen that have only ever happened in a Battlefield game. It’s nice to see DICE returning to the roots of what makes this series so amazing, and I’m happy that, for the first time in years, a new Battlefield game doesn’t feel like it is in the middle of an identity crisis."

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