From a video game standpoint, right now is one of the best times to get a Nintendo Switch. A new model of the system launched fairly recently that improved battery life. At the same time, the Switch Lite is also available for those who want a dedicated experience in their hands. Both consoles are fantastic and allow you access to what is becoming a stunning library of games.
Two Legend of Zelda games with Breath of the Wild and Link’s Awakening, the excellent Super Mario Odessey, Pokémon Sword and Shield, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Maker 2, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Splatoon 2, Luigi’s Mansion 3 and a whole host of excellent indie titles are just some of the goodies that you can expect to play on the hybrid console.
The launch of the first mainline Animal Crossing game for seven years, New Horizons, also means that you can get back to digging up fossils, sculpting the landscape, and owing Tom Nook an extortionate number of bells for the first time in a long time.
However, understandable under the circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic, stocks are running low at almost every major retailer, meaning that getting hold of a brand new Switch is proving more difficult.
That’s why we are here; to help you find one. While there may still be some units available locally, going out to get one is not necessarily the best course of action. With that in mind, you can find the retailers where the Nintendo Switch is in stock directly (not third-party sellers) below:
Nintendo Switch (original model)
There are currently no Nintendo Switch consoles available from online retailers.
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