Another week means another exciting time to be a Switch player. And while you’re likely still in the midst of slashing giant beasts in Monster Hunter: Rise or exploring a pixelated paradise in Narita Boy, Nintendo is looking to entice you into even MOAR games with their new site-wide eShop sale. Launching tomorrow, expect to see significant discounts in Switch games boasting a ‘Big Multiplayer’ component. There’s never been a better time to jump into the fun with friends.
190 games is a lot, however, so we thought we’d help you out by offering a sneak peek at what savings will be available when the Nintendo ‘Big Multiplayer’ sale goes live tomorrow. It’s scheduled to run from then all the way up until Sunday April 11th, 2021, which means you have plenty of time to decide where to spend your hard-earned digital cash. Let’s take a look…
Splatoon 2 – Now £33.49 down from £49.99 (33% off)
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – Now £17.49 down from £34.99 (50% off)
Mortal Kombat 11 – Now £15.99 down from £39.99 (60% off)
Overwatch: Legendary Edition – Now £17.49 down from £34.99 (50% off)
Diablo III: Eternal Collection – Now £24.99 down from £49.99 (50% off)
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – Now £33.49 down from £49.99 (33% off)
Nidhogg 2 – Now £5.39 down from £13.49 (60% off)
Streets of Rage 4 – Now £14.61 down from £22.49 (35% off)
LEGO City Undercover – Now £12.49 down from £49.99 (75% off)
The ‘Big Multiplayer’ sale makes it easy to save on major Nintendo Switch games, but why not push these savings further by finding the best price on a digital currency card? Often UK retailers like ShopTo, CD Keys, GAME and more will list them at slightly less than their face value, letting you maximise the money you can save on your digital game purchases. Top up your digital wallet with the best price here:
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