Nintendo Switch Neon Console Just Went In Stock on Amazon Prime, Will Be Gone Soon
Heads up! The Nintendo Switch just came back in stock on Amazon for Prime members, and this time, [...]
Heads up! The Nintendo Switch just came back in stock on Amazon for Prime members, and this time, it's the Neon variant! The Nintendo Switch console with Neon Joy-Con controllers has been very rare since launch, which is saying something considering the Switch has been hard to find period. These will be gone very soon. Find the link right here.
Update: The grey version just went in stock at Walmart. Link here.
Nintendo has confirmed that it adjusted its production roadmap according to increased consumer demand. While Nintendo projected optimistic numbers for its first year, I don' think anyone was prepared for how quickly the Switch took off. A record launch month and a few strong showings in May, and here we are: still writing breaking headlines whenever the Switch appears in stock at Amazon or Walmart.
If you're on the fence, keep in mind that we're currently in a long stretch of strong first-party games releasing for the Switch. ARMS took off and wow'd critics last month, this month we're getting Splatoon 2, Nintendo's flagship team shooter, we still have Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Super Mario Odyssey, which are both going to make enormous splashes when they release leading up to the holiday season.
This will be a very rare chance to grab a Nintendo Switch before things get crazy leading up to the holiday season. The lineup is already looking incredible strong, and as these big first-party titles continue to launch, demand will only continue to rise.