GameStop seems like it's ready for the biggest shopping day of the year. After hiring an additional 17,000 people to help staff its stores, the company has today announced its range of Black Friday deals. Its list isn't as expansive as the offerings of Best Buy or Amazon, but there are some good deals here, like Battlefield 4 for $24.99 — less than half its MSRP. Here's the full list, all of which are only available on Friday:

  • Xbox 360 with 250GB hard drive, Halo 4, and Tomb Raider for $199 (regularly $249.99)
  • Xbox 360 with 20GB hard drive and extra wireless controller for $99.99
  • PS3 with 250GB hard drive, The Last of Us, and Batman: Arkham Origins for $199 (regularly $249.99)
  • PS Vita with 8GB memory card and free PSN game for $179.99 (regularly $199.99)
  • One-year subscription to PlayStation Plus for $29.99
  • Battlefield 4 for $24.99 (regularly $59.99)
  • Just Dance 4 for $14.99 (regularly $39.99)
  • Sophix 7-inch Android tablet for $69.98 (regularly $79.99)
  • Buy two pre-owned items in one category (including games, accessories, systems, and electronics) and get one free
  • Nvidia Shield for $249.99 with free $25 Google Play gift card (regularly $299.99)

Unlike many of its peers, GameStop has elected not to open on Thanksgiving Day, and instead open at 12:01AM on November 29th — Black Friday itself. Keep your eyes peeled, though. GameStop also plans to offer another set of deals for Cyber Monday, which is the Monday following Black Friday.