Battlefield 4 blasts its way onto Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC today, and while the current-gen versions may lack the same spectacle as the next-gen versions due to arrive later this month, they still offer up one of the finest multiplayer experiences you'll find this year.

But where can you get it cheapest? We've rounded up a list of prices for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions available on the high street today, with Sainsbury's offering the best price - provided you're prepared to pick up some Microsoft Points or PSN credit with it.

If you're just looking for the game, ASDA's offering the lowest price at £39.97. And if you're looking to upgrade to the next-gen version eventually, it might be worth considering GAME. It costs £44.99, but the retailer will guarantee you £40 credit when trading up to the PS4 or Xbox One version.

Take a look below for the full list of confirmed prices, and please note that prices apply to the Xbox 360 and PS3 Standard Edition unless stated.

  • Argos: £39.99 (PC £34.99)
  • ASDA: £39.97
  • GAME: £44.99 (PC £39.99). Deluxe Edition also available for £59.99 (PC £49.99) containing Steelbook case, China Rising Expansion Pack, a pair of real dog tags, 4 Gold Battlepacks.
  • SAINSBURY'S: £42.99 or £32.99 when bought with 2100 Microsoft Points (£17.99) or £25 PSN Credit.
  • TESCO: £42
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