The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is $20 cheaper if you buy in the US

By Joel Franey, Friday, 11 December 2020 11:42 GMT

A modern classic, Breath of the Wild is down by a third of its regular price for customers in America right now. For those who are in the States and buy from the official Nintendo store, digital copies and codes are down to $39.99, a significant drop from its usual price. Not only that, but Nintendo’s points system means you’ll get a little of that back in redeemable store credit. 

Breath of the Wild is considered something of a necessity for Switch owners, a huge open-world adventure game in which Link must regain his memory and save a partially-ruined kingdom from being fully ruined. Players of all ages have found something to love here, whether battling ferocious monsters, meeting strange and lovable characters, or exploring a world that’s hostile and beautiful and enchanting in equal measure.

The bundle that includes the Expansion Pass is also discounted by $20, and may be worth it for those who have a strong love for playing one game to its fullest. The Expansion Pass adds a harder difficulty mode, hidden relics from previous Zelda games, new trials and a great reward waiting at the end of it all.

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