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'Watch Dogs' free with Xbox One, FFXIV with PS4 at Fry's

Xbox One and Watch Dogs
Xbox One and Watch Dogs
Images courtesy of Microsoft and Ubisoft, used with permission.

Fry’s Electronics loves to offer freebies with game consoles and it has them in spades for the PS4, Xbox One and PS Vita starting Friday, June 13. There are also additional deals on “Tomb Raider,” “Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII” and “Metro: Last Light.”

The MMORPG “Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn” is being packed in with the Playstation 4 for free this week at Fry’s. The Sony console is at its regular $399.99 price and is brand new.

Meanwhile, the Xbox One gets the recently released “Watch Dogs” for free with the $499.99 Kinect bundle of the console. Unfortunately, the same free game offer is not available for the $399.99 Kinect-less Xbox One.

The PS3 gets in on the free game action as well but it’s only with a refurbished unit from Fry’s. The refurbished 500GB console comes with a free copy of “FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014” for $199.99.

Finally, the PS Vita receives a free 32GB memory card and a carrying case for $199.99. Just like the PS3, this is a refurbished unit so plan accordingly if you go this route. However, this may be worth checking out considering the price of the memory cards ($70 for the 32GB).

Those that pick up any of the Playstation consoles can also grab a 12-month subscription to the service for $39.99 ($10 off) at Best Buy and Target. The deal is good through Saturday though and the subscription is necessary to play multiplayer games online with the PS4.

On the games front at Fry’s, “Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition” for the PS4 and Xbox One has been marked down to $39.99. PS3 and Xbox 360 owners have their choice between “Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII” for $34.99 and “Metro: Last Light” for $19.99.

These game deals at Fry’s Electronics are good through Thursday, June 19. Free shipping is available along with in-store pickup but sales tax may be applicable depending on your state.

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