Last Chance To Get These Nintendo Switch Game Discounts On The US Eshop
Doom, Mario + Rabbids, and more are discounted for a limited time.
The Eshop's Nindies New Year sale may have recently concluded, but a new batch of Switch games are discounted in the digital store right now. Nintendo has kicked off another limited-time Eshop sale, offering players deals on a selection of great Switch games through the coming week. [Update: The Switch Eshop sale ends on February 1, making this your last opportunity to snag any of the following discounts before they expire.]
The new sale runs until February 1 and encompasses many first- and third-party titles. Nintendo's colorful punching game Arms is $42, while the launch title 1-2-Switch is $35. Switch owners can also pick up Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle for $42, the panel-flipping party game Flip Wars for $7, Doom for $42, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers for $28, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for $35, FIFA 18 for $40.19, NBA 2K18 for $39, L.A. Noire for $37.49, Just Dance 2018 for $42, and The Jackbox Party Pack 3 for $20.
In addition to the above deals, a handful of smaller titles are also on sale in the Eshop right now. Overcooked: Special Edition is $16, Nine Parchments is $16, De Mambo is $6.49, Wulverblade is $14, Worms W.M.D. is $25.49, Rive: Ultimate Edition is $11.24, Brawlout is $15, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is $11.24, Tactical Mind is $2.69, Black the Fall is $13.49, Tumblestone is $6.74, and Letter Quest Remastered is $12.
You can find the full list of games on sale right now on Nintendo's website. Many of the above discounts are only available until 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET on February 1, giving you a few days to take advantage of any deals you may be interested in.
The Switch Eshop added 15 new games last week, most notably Tokyo RPG Factory's spiritual follow-up to I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear, as well as Celeste, the challenging and affecting platformer from TowerFall developer Matt Makes Games. This week marks the Eshop release of another acclaimed game, Night in the Woods, while Bayonetta 2, Dragon Quest Builders, and Fe are all set to follow later in February.
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