Nintendo Switch Discount – Why You Shouldn’t Skip The Latest eShop Sale | Games | Entertainment
Nintendo Switch fans can save big on games as part of the latest eShop sale.
The Nintendo Switch Blockbuster Sale is live until October 3 on the Nintendo eShop.
As part of the sale, Nintendo Switch owners can save on proprietary Switch games.
With games developed by Nintendo rarely receiving discounts or losing value, it’s definitely worth checking out the eShop to see what’s on offer.
The Blockbuster sale includes games like Mario Odyssey and Link’s Awakening, as well as the excellent 51 Worldwide Games.
“The successful sale is launched on Nintendo eShop! Save up to 75% on your next Nintendo Switch game, including titles like Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, 51 World Games and more through October 3! ”Reads a Nintendo article.
Despite the description, sSome games – like Super Bomberman R – have been reduced by over 90%.
The aforementioned multiplayer board game is reduced to just £ 4.49, while This War of Mine Complete Edition is reduced from £ 35.99 to just £ 3.23.
Other highlights of the eShop include Civilization 6 for £ 7.49, Borderlands Game of the Year Edition for £ 9.99, and South Park: The Fractured But Hole for £ 12.99.
Mortal Kombat XL has dropped to £ 15.99, the same price as The Outer Worlds and BioShock collection.
When it comes to first-party games, titles like Mario Odyssey, Link’s Awakening, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Splatoon 2 all cost £ 33.29.
Crash Bandicoot fans will also be in for a treat, as the N Sane Trilogy has dropped to £ 17.49 and Crash Team Racing is reduced to £ 14.
The sale is launched just days after the last Nintendo Direct conference, rich in announcements.
Not only have fans taken a look at Bayonetta 3, Metroid Dread, and Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Nintendo has also confirmed plans to add a new level to Switch Online.
The Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack will give subscribers the ability to play a selection of N64 and Mega Drive games.
“Play a growing library of Nintendo 64 and SEGA Mega Drive games anytime, anywhere with Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, a new subscription launched in late October,” read a tweet from Nintendo.
This includes games like Super Mario 64, Star Fox 64, and Sin and Punishment on N64, as well as Zelda Ocarina of Time and Mario Tennis.
On the Mega Drive side, games include Streets of Rage 2, Gunstar Heroes, and Phantasy Star 4.