Nintendo has revealed a new blue colored Nintendo Switch Lite, releasing next month.
The budget version of Nintendo’s hybrid console just got a new look, with an eye-catching blue paint-job. Nintendo just announced that a new blue-colored Nintendo Switch Lite coming on the 21st of May. Furthermore, the handheld will be priced at $199.99.
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Initially, the Switch Lite only came in yellow, gray, turquoise, and coral. Now we have blue. Nintendo has been under fire for some time regarding their Joy-Con drift issues. In fact, it’s so bad that several lawsuits were even filed. But this is new blue Switch Lite is probably just a new paint job with no fix on the Joy-Con problem.
Fans would be happier to see this issue addressed with updated Switch versions. Nevertheless, this new color scheme looks bold and fresh. As a result, even Switch owners ought to get their hands on one of them.
Moreover, the blue Switch Lite will release on the same day as Miitopia.
Nintendo Switch has been a bastion for Nintendo, as the console consistently outsells other consoles. So much so, that they become hard to find, as supply becomes often overtake by their huge demand. Mainly due to their portability, price, and collection of both first and third-party games. After all, one can now play The Witcher 3, Skyrim on the go thanks to Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite.
Nintendo has warned that the machines could be in low supply due to the chip shortage going on right now. Which is affecting other consoles in addition to PC parts too. Hence it is unusual to see Nintendo dishing out a brand new Switch edition, rather than fix the hardware problems.
The strong rumors about a Nintendo Switch Pro with 4k capabilities also have fans excited. Let’s see how Nintendo handles this new enhanced Switch among this shortage. But as of now, if you still did not get a Switch, why not start with this vibrant blue Nintendo Switch Lite.
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