The Nintendo eShop Spring Sale has arrived, save on 300+ games

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Update: As promised, the Nintendo Switch eShop sale is now well and truly underway, with players able to enjoy massive savings on all manner of great digital titles. However, combing through a whopping 300 options understandably could get a little tiresome, so here's our list of highlighted offers. Enjoy!

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Now £17.49 down from £34.99

Spyro Reignited Trilogy – Now £17.49 down from £34.99

Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition – Now £15.59 down from £25.99

Yooka-Laylee & The Impossible Layer – Now £16.74 down from £24.99

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition – Now £31.49 down from £44.99

Just Dance 2020 – Now £19.99 down from £49.99

Torchlight II – Now £12.59 down from £17.99

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince – Now £14.99 down from £29.99

Original Article: Call us crazy, but we’re guessing that most players have a lot of time on their hands right now. Luckily, Nintendo is here to help Switch owners everywhere while away the hours, all thanks to a newly announced Spring Sale set to launch on the Nintendo Switch eShop tomorrow. It looks to be one of the biggest we’ve seen yet, promising “up to 80% off” a wide range of games big and small.

Nintendo made the announcement midday yesterday via Twitter, letting everyone know that the sale will be kicking off around 2PM UK time. No explicit list of game included were mentioned as of yet, but you can be sure that we at Gaming Deals will be rounding up some of the highlights here in a blog post update.

Currently this Spring Sale is staying exclusive to the UK and European regions, with there no word as of yet if North American players will be treated to something similar. Even still, for us British players across the pond at least, there’s sure to be at least one or two games worthy of holding out attention. We know, for instance, that over 300 games will be included in the sale, some of which will see you save up to 80%. That means it’ll be well worth a look/

So if there’s a Nintendo Switch eShop title you’ve been eyeing, be sure to check back here tomorrow for our game offer highlights. However, if you already have a pretty good idea about what your budget is or what game you’re hoping to see discounted, be sure to stock up on Nintendo Switch eShop currency via the links below.

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