More Black Friday Deals: Fanatec CSW V2 Discount, 50% Off Racing Games on Steam

Gaming 5 November 27, 2015 by

As if things weren’t crazy enough on “Black Friday”, things are heating up in the world of sim-racing deals this weekend! Of course, we already told you about most of them in our Black Friday Buyer’s Guide earlier this week, but there’s a few more surprises you need to know about.


First up, Fanatec is stirring the pot with a rare sale on their feature-packed CSW V2 wheel base and CSL Steering Wheel P1 rim, which are being sold in a special bundle for $649 USD through Monday, November 31st (or while supplies last). That’s almost a $90 discount, and for Europeans, the sale is even better, as they’ll snag a €100 discount over regular price.

For PC sim-racers, now is a good time to pick up some of your favorite titles on Steam. The online gaming service is offering Project CARS, F1 2015, and Assetto Corsa at 50% off regular price, and the popular DiRT Rally is available at 25% off.

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Of course, one of the biggest Black Friday deals is the elusive $299 PlayStation 4 offered by BestBuy and GameStop. Although it might be hard to find in stock, it’s a great deal, and with Gran Turismo Sport right around the corner, now’s a good time to upgrade to Sony’s latest console.

Once again, don’t miss GTPlanet’s complete Black Friday Buyer’s Guide for lots more deals – there may be a few more surprises popping up in the next couple of days, as well…

Good luck and happy shopping!

Project CARS image by torque99.

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