Nintendo Switch fans can grab the most popular game of last year for less than a tenner

THERE is currently an amazing discount on Nintendo Switch that isn’t available to other console fans.

A huge price drop on 2022’s most popular game is one of the best bargains on the console.

FIFA 23 was the best-selling game of the year last year.


FIFA 23 was the best-selling game of the year last year.Credit: EA Sports

FIFA 23 was the most purchased and played game of last year, and it’s at its lowest price yet.

On Nintendo Switch it’s reduced to just £8.74, with an amazing 75% off.

Players should be warned that the version of FIFA 23 on Nintendo Switch is slightly different to the PlayStation, PC, and Xbox versions.

Called the Legacy Edition, it is missing certain modes that are included in other console versions.

There also isn’t online cross-play which can be disappointing to players.

Developer EA Sports has said it wishes to rectify the differences this year starting with EA Sports FC 24.

When the new series launches in September, the Nintendo Switch version will have all of the same content as the other versions.

The Switch version has historically had less content, and this will be the first time that the versions are the same.

If you are looking for the other versions of FIFA 23 there are a few low cost options.

On Xbox, FIFA 23 is currently on sale, and is also available as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

While FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition is on sale PlayStation, and it is also included with PS Plus Premium.

Players will soon be switching over to EA Sports FC, but it is still a chance to get up to speed with the series.

You’ll be able to learn the game’s online meta in advance of the upcoming game’s release.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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