Save on some of Ubisoft’s best Nintendo Switch games in this week’s new eShop sale.
Ubisoft are certainly on a mission to shift some games. Following on from this week’s massive sale of Xbox One titles, the publishing giant has turned its attention to the Nintendo Switch.
There are price cuts on a wide range of games and DLC, with savings of up to 60% on offer. The headline act is Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, a truly delightful strategy game featuring a beloved cast of characters from Nintendo’s Mushroom Kingdom, and the, erm, Rabbids.
The underrated Starlink: Battle for Atlas is also reduced, and well worth getting if you want to play some of the best StarFox missions since the days of the Nintendo 64.
Other recommendations include Child of Light Ultimate Edition and Valiant Hearts: The Great War.
The Ubisoft sale runs until March 13, 2019. Here’s the full lineup of included titles. Check the eShop in your country for specific price details.
Nintendo eShop Ubisoft Sale
- Child of Light Ultimate Edition
- Just Dance 2017
- Just Dance 2018
- Just Dance 2019
- Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – Standard Edition
- Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – Gold Edition
- Monopoly for Nintendo Switch
- Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition
- Risk: The Game of Global Domination
- South Park : The Fractured But Whole – From Dusk Till Casa Bonita
- South Park : The Fractured But Whole – Gold Edition
- South Park : The Stick of Truth
- South Park: The Fractured but Whole
- South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Bring In The Crunch
- South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Season Pass
- South Park: The Fractured but Whole – « Danger Deck » DLC
- Sports Party
- Starlink: Battle for Atlas – Deluxe edition
- Starlink: Battle for Atlas – Standard Edition
- Trivial Pursuit Live!
- Valiant Hearts: The Great War
In an alternate timeline, Ubisoft’s snow sports spectacular, Steep, would have been on this list. Read why we’re still sore that it’s not coming to Switch.
Check out the latest promotions for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch on our dedicated sales page.
We have a favour to ask
Thumbsticks has a couple of main aims. We want to write interesting articles and cover games that most outlets won't, and we want to give opportunities to new writers and new voices. And right now, with the current state of online publishing? It's tough! We hate to ask, but if you want us to continue writing what others won't, or to keep covering weird indie games, or to be able to give opportunities to new writers – and only if you can afford it – then please consider supporting us on Patreon.
Recommended for you
Latest from Thumbsticks
New Nintendo Switch releases (June 21-25, 2021)
Mario Golf: Super Rush and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 top this week’s lineup of new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
New Xbox Series X|S releases (June 21-25, 2021)
Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus headlines next week's lineup of new Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S releases.
New PlayStation Store releases (June 21-25, 2021)
Next week's lineup of new PlayStation Store releases sees some old favourites get a new lease of life.
You can now design custom Xbox Series X|S controllers
Let your imagination run wild – the Xbox Design Lab has re-opened, and you can now design custom Xbox Series...
Nintendo’s Doug Bowser clarifies the future of Animal Crossing after E3 absence
Fans hoping for an update on Animal Crossing: New Horizons at E3 came away disappointed. Worry not, says Doug Bowser.
Bethesda’s Pete Hines ‘sorry’ for frustration that Starfield won’t come to PlayStation 5
In an interview, Bethesda's senior vice president of marketing, Pete Hines, spoke to PlayStation fans, apologising for the frustration that...
Metro Exodus Xbox Series X|S and PS5 upgrade detailed
With Metro Exodus about to launch on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, developer 4A Games has outlined some of...
Something was conspicuously absent from the Xbox E3 2021 conference
Master Chief? Present. Forza? Here. Sea of Thieves? Yarr! Bethesda exclusives? You bet. So why did it feel like something...