Just like Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo is currently running a sale in honor of The Game Awards, which airs tonight, December 6. And like the sales on the other platforms, this one is filled with great deals on some of the best recent games to hit the Eshop. Let’s roll up our sleeves and dig into the discounts.
It’s practically an old adage in the world of gaming deals that first-party Nintendo games rarely go on sale. Here’s an exception that proves the rule: Super Mario Odyssey is currently discounted to $42. If you’re a Switch owner who doesn’t have this epic platformer, now’s a good time to grab it.
It’s also a good time to pick up Diablo 3: Eternal Collection, which comes with everything Blizzard has released for the game to date, because it’s on sale for $40. If you’re into anime and fighting games, Dragon Ball FighterZ is a solid bet at $42. And for anyone who enjoys open-galaxy shooters but isn’t keen on the toys that come with the physical edition, you can grab Starlink: Battle for Atlas for $45.
RPG fans can nab Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for $42. People who want to riddle Nazi scum with bullets can get Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for $30. A number of notable indie games are on sale as well, including Celeste for $16, Dead Cells for $20, Into the Breach for $10, and The Messenger for $14. Phew.
You’ll find more picks below, or you can see every digital Swtich game that’s currently on sale on Nintendo’s Eshop page.
- Banner Saga 3 — $20
- Blazblue Cross Tag Battle — $38
- Celeste — $16
- Dead Cells — $20
- Diablo 3: Eternal Collection — $40
- Doom — $30
- Dragon Ball FighterZ — $42
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim — $30
- FIFA 19 — $36
- Into the Breach — $10
- Mega Man 11 — $24
- The Messenger — $14
- NBA 2K19 — $30
- Overcooked 2 — $19
- Starlink: Battle for Atlas — $45
- Super Mario Odyssey — $42
- Valkyria Chronicles 4 — $30
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2 — $42
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus — $30
- Yoku’s Island Express — $10