Two days ago, an employee at rival retailer Best Buy leaked the price of the Nintendo Switch at $249.99. We're hoping to get a ton of factual information about the console's release date and, more importantly, its launch game lineup. For the Nintendo Switch, Nikkei estimated it at 25,000 Japanese yen or about $215 at present exchange rate. Expect a few surprises as well - who knows, maybe we'll finally get a proper new Metroidgame.
We still don't know exactly everything that Nintendo will dump there, but now we know that it will most likely announce the price for the Switch.
Possible third-party support on Switch, notably for games like Skyrim from Bethesda Game Studios, as well as Ubisoft titles.
Back in October, Nintendo teased out its latest console, the NintendoSwitch, with a splashy teaser video that left us very, very excited.
Yay capitalism! Nintendo senses that its fans are excited for its highly anticipated NintendoSwitch press conference tonight, and what is it that excited fans love to do most?
Nintendo.com will be live-streaming the announcement from Tokyo at 1 p.m. Friday local time. This has been a long time coming, and we're anxious to see what Nintendo's new console is all about.
The upcoming console has split controllers that slide onto the side of the device, which can be used for instant split-screen multiplayer gaming sessions. That being said, the pre-order list is also limited - no doubts to ensure that stores still have units to sell come launch day.
About a week ago, several leaks surfaced online and they all suggests that the NintendoSwitch is going to retail under the $250 mark.
Nintendo keeps annoying fans with limited releasesNintendo has become infamous for its console releases.