Devs blown away by the warm reception.

Whereas Konami’s Super Bomberman R made its initial debut on the Nintendo Switch as a launch title back in March 2017, it wouldn’t be until May 27, 2021 would the free to play, Battle Royale follow-up, Super Bomberman R Online, make its own Switch debut.

Only, unlike Super Bomberman R, Super Bomberman R Online wasn’t first released on Switch, as it actually released on September 1, 2020 and since then has gone on to receive 3 million downloads to date, a fact Konami are now keen to celebrate by giving away 500 Bomber Coins.

Incidentally, their gratitude has a time limit as the Bomber Coins are only redeemable until 14:59 UTC on July 25, 2021.

Source: @Konami (Twitter)

By Jack Longman

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