Nintendo Switch Availability,Where To Find Stocks And Switch Mini News

In a recent report, The new Nintendo Switch game console is displayed at a pop-up Nintendo held at Madison Square Park month in New York. The Switch is still selling faster than they can replenish stocks. The company said they sold roughly 906,000 units of the Switch in the states throughout March. Nintendo plans to announce its worldwide sales and other financial information this coming April 27th.

According to a source, there is currently a healthy supply of stock in Argos stores for the Neon Nintendo Switch and as well as limited Nintendo Switch Grey units available. Also, major retailers in the US, including places like Best Buy, Gamestop, Toys R Us, and Target, are all extremely stretched for stock.

Nintendo Switch held their worldwide Nintendo Direct live Stream last Thursday night and dropped a ton of details about new games coming to the system in addition. The highlight of the show mainly focused on the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusives like ARMS and Splatoon 2, showcasing a whole lot of new features on both titles but more importantly unveiling the official release dates. ARMS will make its way to Nintendo Switch on June 16th, while the squid shooter sequel fun of Splatoon 2 is coming on July 21st. In addition to these deeper previews, Nintendo also revealed 13 new games which are coming to the system in the coming months.

A new and exciting prospect for fans of Nintendo games is already coming up, with a recent claim that the company is considering a Nintendo Switch Mini release. Expert analysts are already suggesting that this new console could be able to bring an absolutely new gaming experience. Furthermore, analysts at the investment bank Citigroup claim that Nintendo will release 6.7 million Switch Mini units by the end of March 2019. "Accordingly, we think Nintendo will launch a lighter, dedicated handheld version of the Switch, possibly to be called the Switch Mini." the analysts wrote in an April 13th report.


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