Nintendo has confirmed that a new Nintendo Switch is on the way.
According to Twitter’s @Nibellious, the console will retail for $200 USD.
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Features include a new D-Pad. The console won’t be dockable, won’t support Nintendo Labo, has no detachable JoyCon controllers, and no HD rumble.
“Adding Nintendo Switch Lite to the lineup gives gamers more color and price point options,” said Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser in a statement [via BusinessWire]. “Now consumers can choose the system that best suits how they like to play their favorite Nintendo Switch games.”
Check out the official trailer for the Nintendo Switch Lite below!
A special Pokémon-themed version of the console will be available in North America starting Nov. 8, reports BusinessWire.
A new model of the Switch has been rumoured for a while now, and a leak last month pretty much confirmed it was happening.
Video game accessory company HonSon has seemingly leaked some images that it definitely shouldn’t have done, showcasing a bunch of pictures for what looks like a compact Nintendo Switch [via Cinelinx].
What we didn’t get to see is the fun range of colours the Switch Lite will be available in. However, there’s a lot of sacrifices in there for what’s still going to be a $200 console…
Will you be picking one up when they launch, September 20 2019?
Featured Image Credit: Nintendo/HonSon