Nintendo Switch Release Date, News & Update: Nintendo Hybrid Gaming Console Price Leaked; Features Two Models For Its Release In January

By Daniel Flores , Updated Nov 15, 2016 11:39 AM EST

There has been little knowledge known from Nintendo's hybrid gaming consoles when the Japanese company revealed Nintendo Switch in October. With that said, fans can't help but speculate what might be Nintendo's plans for Nintendo Switch and with recent reports, there has been a major leak price of the hybrid gaming console.

Price Leak For Nintendo Switch

GameRant reports that Nintendo will have a standard price for the hybrid gaming console upon release in January. Nintendo Switch will most likely to have a price range of $250 to $300, based on the Japanese company's plans to sell the Nintendo Switch with direct conversion price.

Nintendo will also release two models for the Nintendo Switch. The basic model will sell at 199.99 Euros and the premium model of the gaming console, which will have more built-in internal memory and a game pack bundle, will sell at 299.99 Euros. The controllers for the Nintendo Switch could possibly be sold for a price tag of 39.99 Euros each.

Nintendo CEO, Tatsumi Kimishima recently hinted that Nintendo Switch would be priced similarly to the previous Nintendo consoles. If proven true, the Nintendo Switch would also have a price range of $300 to $350, since Nintendo Wii U has a price tag of $299.99 to $349.99 in its release in 2012.

So far, Nintendo hasn't been responsive with the Nintendo Switch price leaks and fans can assume the best possibility that it is indeed what the Japanese company intends to sell the game console. Fans can also presume that "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" and "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" will be one of the game titles to be released with the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch is slated to be launched in 2017 along with "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." Stay tuned to Gamenguide for more Nintendo Switch news and updates!

© 2020 Game & Guide All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Join the Conversation

Real Time Analytics