Nintendo Switch OLED Pre-Orders Go Live Today.
After months of Nintendo Switch 2 and the Nintendo Switch Pro rumors, Nintendo revealed the next version of it’s hybrid console in the Nintendo Switch OLED model. It was announced earlier this month, and although the specs under the hood weren’t anything on the level of what fans expected, there are still some worthy upgrades to enjoy. The Switch OLED now gives players ethernet connectivity, this should provide much faster downloads and give gamers a more stable connection in online gaming.
Nintendo tweeted out the confirmation that pre-orders will be going live on July 15, 2021, at the retailers that fans can find the new units at. Pre-orders aren’t live yet, but they are going to be available at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET. You can chose the white set or the neon blue/red set that Switch players are already familiar with. Retailers that will be offering the new systems include stores like Best Buy, Target, GameStop, Walmart, Nintendo, Amazon, and more. Basically, all major retailers, which hopefully makes the purchasing process smooth for gamers looking to score the OLED.
For those interested, the Nintendo Switch OLED model comes equipped with a 7-inch screen, a wired LAN port, a stand for tabletop play, audio improvements, and internal storage of up to 64GB. It runs at 720p (1080p docked) and is releasing later this year on October 8, 2021, for $350. If you missed out on the original reveal trailer, check it out in the video below.
Will you be picking up the Nintendo Switch OLED?
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