Last week, the Nintendo eShop offered discounts of up to 67% off on select Ubisoft games. The sale included notable titles such as Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Assassin's Creed III Remastered, and many more. The sale is available now until Sept 10th, but for Switch players looking for more deals, other retailers are offering awesome discounts on several Nintendo Switch games and hardware.
Walmart is currently offering discounts on select Nintendo Switch games and accessories including a $10 off the pre-order of the upcoming Switch title, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Other highlights of the sale include the Collection of Mana, which is available for $33.84, Dragon Quest Builders 2 for $50.94, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for $49.94. Players can check out the list below, for even more discounted Switch games.
Nintendo Switch Games:
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 (Pre-Order) $49.94 (from $59.99)
Collection of Mana $33.84 (from $39.99)
Dragon Quest Builders 2 $50.94 (from $59.99)
Terraria $24.88 (from $29.99)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate $49.94 (from $59.99)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe $49.68 (from $59.99)
Super Mario Odyssey $49.94 (from $58.88)
Resident Evil Revelations Collection $24.50 (from $39.88)
Apart from the discounted games, Walmart is also offering extra Joy-Cons at a discount. Normally, a pair of Joy-Cons cost around $79, but Walmart is giving $10-13 off of its list price. Currently, the retailer has the controllers in three color options: Gray ($66.77), Neon Red and Blue ($66.77), and Neon Pink and Green ($69).
Meanwhile, Nintendo streamed a direct presentation yesterday that revealed tons of information about the company's future plans for its lineup of first and third-party games for the Switch. The company confirmed that Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which is set to release early next year, will feature an 8-player co-op mode. It even released Banjo-Kazooie and revealed Terry Bogard for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (which is also one of the discounted games). Moreover, several Switch ports of third-party games such as DOOM 64 and Assassin's Creed Switch Collection have been announced at the presentation.