Bargain hunters beware: In the Nintendo eShop you will once again find attractive offers for your Switch. The large-scale sale is currently offering a variety of deals with a wide range of AAA games to smaller indie titles. This also includes collections or DLCs. As always, the offers are wide-ranging and should have something ready for every taste. We have put together a list of the highlights of this week for you.
Attractive offers in the Nintendo eShop
As always, the Nintendo eShop offers below are current prices and may change again shortly. So it can happen that an attractive offer has already disappeared the next day. So don’t take too much time on your bargain hunt. In addition, only the download versions of the switch games are available for you in the eShop. The classic cartridge frames are only available in retail or wholesale. Below is an overview of our list of the current highlights from the Nintendo Switch (buy now €338.00) eShop.
nOS new Operating System – 1,99 Euro
EA Sports FIFA 23 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition – 19,99 EuroJust Dance 2023 Edition – Deluxe Edition – 48,99 EuroMoonlighter – 3,74 EuroBeautiful Desolation – 0,99 EuroThis War of Mine: Complete Edition – 1,99 EuroAmong Us – 3,00 EuroArise: A Simple Story – Defininitive Edition – 4,99 EuroJurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition – 20,99 Euro.cat – 0,99 EuroRollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition – 10,49 EuroToki Tori 2+: Nintendo Switch Edition – 1,49 EuroBud Spencer & Terence Hill – Slaps And Beans – 3,40 EuroJet Kave Adventure – 1,99 EuroTrek to Yomi – 15,99 EuroMax: The Curse of Brotherhood – 2,24 EuroWarp Shift – 0,99 EuroChildren of Morta – 5,49 EuroThe Sinking City – 9,99 EuroGamedec – 4,99 EuroTrine: Ultimate Collection – 12,49 EuroThe Pathless – 29,99 EuroLEGO Bricktales – 23,99 EuroKholat – 1,49 Euro
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