Diablo III: Eternal Collection Nintendo Switch Bundle Exclusively At GameStop
Another Nintendo Switch bundle has been announced. This one includes the system with special Diablo artwork on the back of the Nintendo Switch and on the front of the dock. A download code for Diablo III: Eternal Collection and a themed carrying case are also included. This marks one of the first times that a Switch bundle is a savings (you get the carrying case for free).
The bundle arrives on November 2, 2018 and is exclusive to GameStop in the U.S.
The devil is literally in the details of a new Nintendo Switch bundle featuring Blizzard’s legendary game Diablo III: Eternal Collection, launching exclusively at GameStop on Nov. 2. Fans who pick up the devilish bundle will receive a Nintendo Switch system and dock featuring Diablo III artwork, a download code for the Diablo III: Eternal Collection game and a themed carrying case, all at a suggested retail price of $359.99.
Diablo III: Eternal Collection contains the full classic game, as well as all of its expansion content: Rise of the Necromancer and Reaper of Souls. In addition, fans who play the Nintendo Switch version will receive in-game items that are only available on Nintendo’s hit console. These in-game bonuses include a variety of items from The Legend of Zelda series, including Ganondorf Transmog Armor, a companion Cucco pet and a Golden Triforce Portrait Frame.
In Diablo III: Eternal Collection, players choose between one of seven classes, including Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, Witch Doctor and Wizard, to set off on a dark and memorable adventure to destroy demons and discover loot. The critically acclaimed game is hailed for its style and gameplay, which is perfect for playing on the TV or on the go using Nintendo Switch.
For more information about Diablo III: Eternal Collection, visit https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/diablo-3-switch.
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