As of now, it is only two weeks away from the release of Nintendo Switch, the most anticipated new video game console. The Nintendo Switch will be released on March 3 alongside the company’s newest Zelda game that will also be available for purchase. The new title “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is developed to be one of the greatest games of Nintendo of all time. Today, a report claimed that there’s still time to pre-order the Nintendo Switch and get a chance to play the Zelda game.
You Can Still Pre-Order The Nintendo Switch
The Switch experienced a shortage supply and has been out of stock especially when it comes to pre-orders for some time. However, Nintendo loves long lines of excited fans while waiting for their chance to buy the console. Your race for the Nintendo Switch may not be in vain, but the company wants to get your hopes up. Nintendo's good news is that they are going to ship 2 million systems worldwide at its launch, so there is always a chance for all of us to pre-order the game console.
Be A Prime Member And Save 20 Percent
According to BGR, there’s still time to pre-order the Nintendo Switch as well as the Zelda Game. Nintendo ensures that when you pre-order now, the console will be delivered on its release day, March 3. If you are lucky enough and on of the Prime members, pre-order now The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild from Amazon to save 20 percent. If you are not a Prime member, do not worry, there is sill a big surprise for you. Sign up today and have a free 30-day trial and you’ll be able to save on your preorder without paying for being a Prime.
Where To Buy The Nintendo Switch
According to Polygon, some retailers may still have the units. GameStop is said to have the Nintendo Switch available for walk-in customers, but for “limited supply” only. On Target, pre-orders are said to be sold out and just listed as “coming soon,” on its website. Pre-orders on BestBuy are also gone, but selected branches will be opening at midnight to sell the Switch.
Meanwhile, Amazon has no information about when the system will be back in stock, but you can sign up to to be emailed once they get the stock. Some Walmart stores will get at least a tiny supply to sell at midnight but for now, pre-orders are gone. So better be ready, since no one knows how much stock Nintendo is taking back for the physical launch of the system.