Save 50% On Native Instruments Komplete 13 Virtual Instrument Collection

Native Instruments has announced an end-of-year deal, blowing out Komplete 13 on a hard drive for $299, half of its normal price.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“Last chance to get a KOMPLETE 13 hard drive with GUITAR RIG 6 PRO, KONTAKT 6, NOIRE, MASSIVE, REPLIKA, and much more, as well as an array of Play Series instruments and Expansions, all at a huge discount.

This special offer is only valid from December 12, 2022, until December 31, 2022, at the Native Instruments Online Shop, while stocks last. “

Note that this deal is for Komplete 13, not the recently introduced Komplete 14.

See our round of up Holiday Deals on electronic music gear for more end-of-year specials.

16 thoughts on “Save 50% On Native Instruments Komplete 13 Virtual Instrument Collection

  1. Just curious, does anyone know if NI does a kind-of Komplete-My-Bundle prices for customers who own licenses for individual products like Kontakt, Reaktor, etc. ?

    1. Not for this promo.
      They ask you to log in to see if you qualify for a lower price but I got no Kontakt crossgrade price.

  2. Is there a link to the Komplete13 bundle anywhere? I went to the NI website and couldn’t see any reference to it… lots of references to K14 though.

  3. Does this work with MacOS Ventura? if not, will it ever? I’m new to NI and curious whether I’d be locked into keeping around an old computer just to run it, and/or paying to upgrade to the next Komplete.

  4. There’s a link in the first sentence, “announced”

    BUT — can Absynth and other discontinued Komplete 13 instruments be activated with Native Access?

    It would be good if NI clarifies that, but their Online Shop description is very vague.

  5. I don’t get it. Why advertise absolute ver 13?!
    What about ver 14?
    Regardless, none of these are Apple AS native anyway…

    1. Probably they’re blowing out ths remaining hard drives with v13 pre-installed, v14 might require a larger drive. –or maybe they go to download-only.

  6. I’ve been less than impressed with NI’s website as of late. This fall I was trying to download some older products for a newer laptop, and the website was a pain to navigate for any legacy product support. As they keep dropping the stuff I care about it, and making it more difficult to use the stuff I still have, I don’t see a reason to upgrade or continue with NI. And that kind of sucks because they used to have some of the best products out their.

  7. BTW, if you buy K13, NI Support says you “should be able to” activate it if you use Native Access 1 (not current version 2).

    Caveat emptor!

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