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Hot Wheels Unleashed Racing Game Discounted by 85% on Nintendo Switch

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Hot Wheels Unleashed, an iconic racing game, is currently available for an incredible discount on the Nintendo Switch. Originally priced at £39.99, the game can now be purchased for just £5.99 on the Nintendo Store, offering a whopping 85% off. This discounted price is valid until 10 September, so racing game enthusiasts should take advantage of the offer before it expires.

Released in September 2021, Hot Wheels Unleashed allows players to relive the nostalgia of their childhood by racing iconic Hot Wheels cars. The game can be played on the Nintendo Switch console or on the big screen, providing flexibility for gaming experiences. With its split-screen mode, players can compete against friends if they have additional controllers, and online challenges allow for up to 12 opponents to race against.

One of the standout features of Hot Wheels Unleashed is the ability for players to design their own tracks, both within and outside of the traditional race courses. Additionally, players can explore and play tracks created by other players online, adding to the creative and competitive aspects of the game.

It's important to note that downloading the game requires sufficient space on the Nintendo Switch console. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console that can be used both on TV and on the go. To expand the console's limited internal storage, players have the option to purchase a microSD card, with a 128GB card being recommended for those who predominantly play digital games. Installing the microSD card is a simple process of opening the microSD panel on the bottom of the console and inserting the card.

To download Hot Wheels Unleashed or any other game on the Nintendo Switch, players need a Nintendo account. Unlike Xbox or PlayStation, setting up a Nintendo account must be done through a computer and cannot be done directly on the console.

Sources: The Sun Online Tech & Science team