The best Cyber Monday 2020 gaming deals still available tonight include a Nintendo Switch bundle and discounts on new games like 'Assassin's Creed Valhalla'

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  • Cyber Monday 2020 gaming deals on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC are now live.
  • Despite low stock on consoles, Cyber Monday 2020 is delivering some great discounts on Nintendo and PlayStation exclusive games, and the lowest prices we've seen on some popular gaming accessories.
  • Don't expect discounts on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S, however — they all launched earlier this month and their stock remains extremely limited.
  • Check out Insider Reviews' best Cyber Monday tech deals for more savings.

Cyber Monday 2020 gaming deals haven't brought all of the usual doorbuster discounts on consoles you might expect, but there are a few reasons for that. The recent launches of the next-gen PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S consoles, alongside the ongoing pandemic, have created intense demand for gaming products of all types. 

But, there's still a healthy selection of games and accessories available at some of their lowest prices of the year. That includes newly released PS5 and Xbox Series X games like "Assassin's Creed: Valhalla," and "Watch Dogs Legion."

The Switch has continued to be hard to find, but Cyber Monday has brought a $300 "Fortnite" Switch bundle to Amazon. First-party Nintendo games like "New Super Mario Wii U Deluxe" and "The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening" have been $20 to $30 off at most retailers, and that includes digital copies from Nintendo's eShop.

We've listed the best gaming deals we've found online so far. If you're looking for more savings, be sure to read our Cyber Monday liveblog.

Best Cyber Monday gaming deals

Most of today's Cyber Monday discounts on video games have been active since Thanksgiving and Black Friday, including deals on Nintendo Switch exclusives, newly released games from Ubisoft, and annual hits like "Madden NFL 21."

Games like "Assassin's Creed: Valhalla" and "Watch Dogs Legion" were cheaper on Black Friday, but the price difference for both is less than $5, and it's unlikely we'll see another sale in the coming weeks.

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