The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD receives a significant pre-order discount ahead of its Switch release.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD will be released on the Nintendo Switch later this week, bringing the Wii classic adventure to Nintendo’s newest device. Also, if you want to pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, you can get a wonderful offer right now.
In only a few days, The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD will be available for the Nintendo Switch. This Friday, the Wii Zelda game will be released on the Nintendo Switch, with numerous upgrades over the original. Increased motion controls, improved quality of life, and improved performance are all included in the latest edition of Skyward Sword.
If you want to revisit the Legend of Zelda adventure or play it for the first time, you won’t want to miss out on a ShopTo offer.
Before the game’s release on Friday, July 16, the online retailer is providing a discount on Skyward Sword HD.
Skyward Sword HD is available for pre-order for £42.85 on ShopTo for the Nintendo Switch.
This represents a 14 percent discount over the usual list price of £49.99.
The ShopTo offering contains a keyring and a stunning steelbook in addition to a copy of Skyward Sword HD.
The beautiful looking Skyward Sword Joy-Cons are also on sale at ShopTo for a significant discount.
These Joy-Cons, which are also available on Friday, July 16, are normally £74.99.
ShopTo, on the other hand, is selling these Switch controllers for £63.85.
The announcement comes as Skyward Sword HD reviews have just gone public.
Skyward Sword HD has an 82 percent Metacritic rating based on 48 reviews at the time of writing.
In comparison, the 2011 Wii original received a Metacritic score of 93.
Here’s what some reviewers had to say about Skyward Sword HD for Nintendo Switch…
“While even a fantastic remaster like this can’t make Skyward Sword a perfect Zelda game, it’s such a vastly better version of one of the series’ most underappreciated titles that Switch owners simply can’t pass up a second chance.”
“Nintendo’s attempt to present this remaster as a kind of prototype Breath of the Wild is unconvincing, and it sets novices up for disappointment — as well as underselling Skyward Sword’s distinctive charms. It’s difficult to imagine two Zelda games that are more dissimilar: one is a celebration of unbounded freedom and emergent joys, while the other is “Brinkwire Summary News.”