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- Nintendo is dropping the price on several games through its eShop during its Digital Deals event.
- Numerous titles, including “Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition” and “Fire Emblem: Three Houses,” are currently down to their lowest prices ever through June 21.
- Buying outside of Nintendo’s eShop offers one major benefit: more Gold Points.
Right now, you can find popular titles, like “Hades,” “Cuphead,” “Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition,” and “Fire Emblem: Three Houses,” down to their lowest prices ever during Nintendo’s “Digital Deals” sale.
Here’s why: If you buy a digital game through the retail giant instead of Nintendo’s proprietary eShop, you’ll get the maximum amount of Gold Points even if you purchased it on sale. eShop, however, will only credit you for the price you paid.
For those unfamiliar, Gold Points are a digital currency that can be earned by purchasing eligible games or downloadable content. Nintendo says points are awarded based on “5% of the amount you pay,” and can be used as credit for future, eligible purchases.
This sale ends June 21.
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