NINTENDO Switch players can snap up a “phenomenal” gaming bundle worth £50 for just half the original price.
The sweet offer is currently available Nintendo’s eShop but only until November 7th, when the sale ends.
Digital editions of Monster Hunter Rise and the expansion title Sunbreak are normally worth £49.99.
But Nintendo has halved the price – to its lowest price ever – so players only have to spend £24.99 to get both titles.
Even the standard edition of Monster Hunter Rise is heavily discounted on Nintendo eShop.
The single game, currently priced at £13.99, is 60% off until Tuesday, when it will return to its usual price of £34.99.
Rise and Sunbreak have a rating of 88 and 86, respectively, on game review site Metacritic.
The couple received positive reviews from critics.
Ninty Fresh Magazine called Monster Hunter Rise “absolutely phenomenal” and a worthy candidate for Game of the Year.
While CD-Action wrote: “I’m impressed by how well the developers have thought through this game.”
“It makes excellent use of the nature of Switch and, by clearly separating multiplayer from the single-player campaign, ensures you’ll have fun no matter the circumstances.”
“Aside from a subpar mode (which mimics tower defense), it’s a fantastic game.”
People at GameCritics added that it “should be a no-brainer” for Switch owners to buy Rise and Sunbreak together.
“For anyone who owns and enjoyed Rise, picking up Sunbreak should be a no-brainer,” the Metacritic review reads.
“It’s a smart expansion that retains the best of Monster Hunter Rise and adds more than enough to justify its existence at the top of an already meaty title.”
Although it’s not all sunshine and roses.
Other critics and players say Sunbreak slightly misses the bar for the best expansion in years because it relies too much on “randomness” and is becoming “a bit stale.”
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