Diablo 3-Themed Nintendo Switch Bundle Announced, Here's How It Looks
Pick up the game and a specially themed Switch in one package.
Blizzard's acclaimed dungeon crawler, Diablo III: Eternal Collection, arrives on Nintendo Switch next month, but if you don't yet own the console, you'll be able to pick it and the game up together in one package. Nintendo has announced it is releasing a Diablo III: Eternal Collection bundle, which includes a specially themed Switch system and more.
The Eternal Collection bundle will be available exclusively from GameStop and retails for $360 USD, roughly the same price as a Nintendo Switch and a game together. Along with a digital copy of Diablo III, the bundle includes a Diablo III carrying case. The back of the Switch console and its dock are also adorned with Diablo designs. You can take a look at the items below.
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The Eternal Collection bundle launches alongside the game on November 2. You can pre-order one now through GameStop. As for the game itself, it comes with the base campaign as well as all of the additional content Blizzard has released for it to date, including the Reaper of Souls expansion and the Necromancer class. Players will also be able to jump into Adventure mode right from the outset.
In addition to that, the Nintendo Switch version of Diablo III adds an assortment of exclusive Legend of Zelda-themed crossover content. Among them, players will be able to get a Cucco pet, a Triforce portrait, and a set of Majora's Mask-inspired wings. You'll also be able to customize your gear to look like Ganondorf's using a new transmog.
In other Diablo news, Blizzard recently confirmed it isn't working on Diablo III cross-play at the moment. The company also shared the schedule for BlizzCon 2018, which suggests something for the Diablo series is planned. Shortly after that, some new Diablo-themed items were added on Blizzard's online store with the subtitle "Reign of Terror," but the company insists they're not related to any new content being prepared for the show. BlizzCon 2018 begins on November 2, the same day Diablo III: Eternal Collection hits Switch.
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