Nintendo Switch surpasses 1.5 million sold

The elusive Nintendo Switch

Nintendo The elusive Nintendo Switch

Nintendo may have a hit on their hands in the Nintendo Switch.

The full version of the game is coming in Summer 2017, and multiplayer is free for now, but only until Autumn, when Nintendo intends to launch the paid online multiplayer service. The company said that the system it disassembled had a "stamped-in date" inside of November 15, 2016, suggesting Nintendo has been manufacturing the console for several months.

The retailer began listing the Switch as available to purchase for £329.99 at 2.30pm - but it sold out three hours later.

The official website for Nintendo has also restocked its supply.

According to Jolimon, "all the internal components from the dock have been migrated over into this smaller enclosure, allowing for a more compact travel set up by using a USB C extension to connect the switch to the "dock". It is also suggested that there will be third-party sellers on Amazon which will list it a starting price of £320 ($393). Nintendo had a successful launch, with over 1.5million consoles sold. He claims to have gotten PS2 games to work on the Switch as well.

The US retailer has confirmed that they will have new units for sale which will be offered up through new bundles packages. Much of its initial sales were driven by the highly-acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which is a must-have title for every Nintendo fan. However, an inventory at brick and mortar stores will be happening soon and would-be buyers better stay tuned on these two sites, the Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy-Con and the Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy-Con. For more stock updates, it's best to check Now In Stock. With the upcoming release of major titles, such as "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe", the publication believes that the company has to make the hybrid device available before the game launches this April, or else their strategy will do them no good.

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