Ubisoft has put out some great games for the Nintendo Switch. Some have been specific to the system, while others have been classics ported over to the portable console. Right now, players can head over to the Nintendo eShop and grab a steep discount on many titles, ranging from the action/adventure-based Assassin's Creed 3: Remastered to the tactical comedy of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
While it's not rare to see sales happen in the Nintendo eShop, some of the deals are fairly steep discounts on their everyday prices. Fans of the Assassin's Creed series can pick up Assassin's Creed 3: Remastered for $15.99. While the game has mixed reviews on Metacritic, the game includes all of the DLC from the original, along with enhanced visuals. For $15.99, marked down from $39.99, it certainly warrants a look.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has some incredibly favorable reviews and has tactical gameplay reminiscent of the XCOM series. This appears to have one of the steepest discounts, coming in at $14.99, marked down from $59.99. The Rabbids have become a fixture in the Nintendo consoles, and teaming them up with Mario has propelled them to the next level.
For fans of the comedic series South Park, there are a pair of RPGs available. South Park: The Stick of Truth and South Park: The Fractured But Whole have some fun combat, mixed with the crude humor that South Park fans have come to expect and love. Both have also been favorably received by critics and players. Fans can get South Park: The Stick of Truth for $11.99, brought down from $29.99, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole for $14.99, marked down from $59.99.
While other titles warrant a look based on taste, all players should be directed to Rayman Legends Definitive Edition, currently on sale for $9.99. Fans of platform gaming will love what Rayman fans have enjoyed for years. At a price this low marked down from $39.99, players should look to add a mainstay title to their Switch library.
Some of these games rarely see a discount as steep as this, so for fans of various Ubisoft titles, this is the time to click over to the Nintendo eShop. The sale is set to expire on May 21, so players will want to move fast on these offers. Whether it's the titles mentioned or a few others that catch players' eyes, it is always nice to save some money while obtaining some great games.
The Assassin's Creed games are synonymous with blockbuster AAA releases, mostly on account of being one of Ubisoft's flagship franchises. The latest entry in the series, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, broke many sales records and was reviewed generally well. While there's still a lot of planned DLC for the future, it seems that fans of the series are already fixated on learning more about the next release in the franchise.
There's a whole host of rumors swirling for the next Assassin's Creed, covering anything from the protagonist's gender to a multitude of possible settings. The credibility of these rumors varies radically, but there's quite a bit of information available that may hint about the release window of the next game.
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