Nintendo Switch May Still Be Available At Amazon Books, GameStop Accepting Pre-Orders

The Nintendo Switch launch is only a few days old but the gaming giant has already been bombarded with issues regarding the hybrid console's perceived lack of stock. Those still in the hunt for the Switch may want to check out Amazon Books or head over to GameStop to book an order.

Nintendo Switch at Amazon Books

While most if not all well-known retail stores have already sold out their Nintendo Switch units, a visit to the Amazon Books website might bring good news to Switch hunters. As of this writing, stocks are supposedly available in two of the four Amazon Books stores. The Washington Square and Westfield UTC branches still have stocks while the Legacy Place and University Village stores were just stricken off the list. Unfortunately, the Amazon Books stores are only located in Portland, San Diego, and Seattle so those in these areas have better chances of scoring a Switch.

Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders at GameStop

GameStop has opened their lines once more for Nintendo Switch pre-orders. Head over to their website to place orders. GameStop is selling the Nintendo Switch with gray Joy-Con controllers in a bundle with the Joy-Con Charging Dock, Hybrid Cover, a 64GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card with adapter, and a Power Kit AC-Adapter for the Switch. The games included in the bundle are "Snipperclips", "Just Dance 2017" and "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." The new Zelda game also comes with the $19.99 Expansion Pass and the Complete Official Guide. The Switch bundle, which is only available in the United States, sells for $599.99 and will be delivered on April 16.

Despite the issues, the launch of the Nintendo Switch is considered a huge success. GameStop Senior Director of Manufacturing, Eric Bright, describes it as "one of the strongest and most successful gaming console launches for GameStop in the last several years."

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