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Save 15 per cent when you pre-order Xenoblade Chronicles 3 at Currys

A cut in price.

After nearly five years since the previous entry, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is nearly upon us. Monolith Soft have become masters of the action RPG genre, perfecting their formula with recent Xeno games for Nintendo platforms.

With Nintendo taking on publishing duties, it's quite uncommon to get any second-party title at a discount, particularly soon after release. However, Currys have Xenoblade Chronicles 3 available at a pre-order discount of 15 per cent. This takes the game from £44.99 to £38.24. To get the discount, all you have to do is add the code 'XENO15' once the game is in your shopping basket. The game is expected to arrive on July 29th.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 follows the warring nations of Keves and Agnos on the planet Aionios with everyone having a lifespan of just a decade. This is enough to create a gripping story, packed with action and all taking place in lush, unique environments.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 on Nintendo Switch - £38.24 at Currys

Use the code XENO15 at the checkout to take 15 per cent off your pre-order.

A recent Nintendo Direct from a couple of weeks ago also showed off the developer's plans to support Xenoblade Chronicles 3 well after release thanks to an expansion pass. This will provide updates (including items, outfits and story expansion) in an update before the year is up.

And if you're looking to expand your Switch library or add a useful accessory to make your game time a better experience, check out our guide on early Prime Day Switch deals. With Amazon's shopping bonanza arriving soon, you'll be sure to snag a great deal. In the mean time, you can keep up with deals we find for the Nintendo Switch (and other platforms) on games and accessories through our Jelly Deals Twitter page. It's always updated each day with the latest deal scoops and also used for us to share stock information for PlayStation 5 consoles in both the UK and US.

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