We’re Sharkening up your week with an awesome giveaway. Thanks to Tripwire Interactive and Gamespace we’ve got three copies of Maneater to give away in our Maneater giveaway.
If you’re looking for an escape to the sun and a brand new adventure then maybe you can hook a copy of Maneater in our giveaway. To celebrate the ongoing Nintendo Blockbuster eShop Sale, where you can grab Maneater for just $23.99, we have three copies of the most unusual aquatic RPG we’ve ever played to give away. To win a copy of Maneater on Switch, just sink down the page to enter.
While my puns might seem a bit fishy, winners of our competition will get stuck into a massive open-world RPG where you are the shark. Taking control of a lone bullshark, players diving into Maneater can bite, chew, and generally massacre the sea-faring population of this game.
Developed by Tripwire Interactive, this tale of hunt or be hunted is a bloody mess in the best way possible. Taking control of a big bitey fish, players must evolve and survive in among the depths of the ocean. While fending off human hunters is one task, you’ll also gobble up local wildlife to replenish health and customize the carnivorous star of this show. When you’re done roaming the big blue, there’s even a fully-fledged narrative campaign, narrated by Chris Parnell (Rick and Morty, Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock) and set against the backdrop of a reality TV show.
Maneater absolutely had us hooked when we caught it on PC, describing the swimming and combat systems as spectacular. Now, you can grab it for free!
Hook Line & Sinker
For your chance to win a copy of Maneater, just use the giveaway box below. Plrease do be aware that these copies of Maneater are locked to the US region, we will not be able to give away copies that are for other regions. We will be running this competition for a full week. Good luck! Alternatively, if you can’t wait to land Maneater here, then go check out the Nintendo Switch eShop page and get it at a whopping 40% discount while the Nintendo Blockbuster is still on.