Burger King Mexico already contains games from Mario, Zelda, Animal Crossing, and more

Burger King Mexico already contains games from Mario, Zelda, Animal Crossing, and more

In early February it was announced that Burger King was partnering with Nintendo to give up games from the company’s franchises in some regions, and now we announced that the promotion is available at branches in the Republic of Mexico.

Burger King announced a “It’s Time to Play Burger King” promotion where games based on Nintendo Switch games will be included in each King Jr.’s compilation set. Purchased between April 12 and May 30. As you can see in the image, there are six different games that include Mario from Super Mario Maker 2, Maze from Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Link from The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Squids from Splatoon 2, Luigi from Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Metal Mario from Mario Deluxe Card 8.

And that’s not all, Burger King also offers a chance to win a Nintendo Switch console.

To participate, they must purchase products at the fast food chain, and all tickets starting at $ 100 pesos can participate to win one of the 22 available consoles.

When they have the ticket, they must log into www.burgerkingteponeeljuego.com.mx, create an account, register the ticket, play and accumulate points, and they state that the more tickets they register, the higher their chances of winning.

Interesting promotion for Nintendo fans in Mexico.

Speaking of the Nintendo Switch, this Wednesday, April 14th at 11:00 am in Mexico City, there will be a 20-minute Nintendo Direct focused on indie games, so stay tuned.

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