Diablo III Nintendo Switch Box Art Revealed, Includes Ganondorf
The Nintendo Switch continues to be a rapid hotbed of hardware and software sales, which is encouraging more and more developers to bring both new and pre-existing games to the device. Many were overjoyed last month to hear the announcement that Diablo III would be coming to the Nintendo Switch, allowing for fans to have a portable version of the game. Now, Blizzard Entertainment has revealed the Diablo III Nintendo Switch box art, which utilizes the inclusion of Ganondorf as a key selling point for the new port of the game.
The Amazon listing for the new Diablo III Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch has now been updated with the game’s official box art. It shares some similarities with the original Diablo III box art, with a demon’s head reduced to a skull now front and center. The Diablo III logo is located above the skull, and the lighting is decidedly much lighter compared to the darker red tones of the original cover. To entice Nintendo fans, the cover also features a picture of Ganondorf from the Legend of Zelda series. Check it out below:
Besides Diablo III, the Eternal Collection also includes the Reaper of Souls expansion and the Necromancer class. This Nintendo Switch port is still slated for a release some time this fall, but no specific date has been given yet. Still, Diablo fans can expect a faithful Diablo III experience like that seen on other platforms, but now with portable capabilities, and hopefully fewer errors than when it first launched.
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