Nintendo Switch Release Date, News & Update: Cheaper than PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One, Pricing & Release Date Leaked

By Regin Olimberio , Updated Nov 05, 2016 11:17 PM EDT

Plenty of details about secretive Nintendo Switch may have leaked, including the actual release date, pricing and even bundles available for Nintendo's next console.

Who else could start a Nintendo buzz in the gaming world but Laura Kate Dale? She is the same person who pegged the accurate date about Nintendo Switch's trailer debut, claiming that she has a reliable source from inside the tech giant. There were previous instances where she also predicted Nintendo's vital details fairly accurate if not spot on correct.

At any rate, be conscious that these are all predictions and rumors which should be taken with a grain of salt. It is still Nintendo Switch itself who will give confirmation and can kill the whole guessing game. However, gamers would admit that there are some interesting details about Dale's revelations. PVP Live reported that some of these predictions can cause gamers to raise eyebrows.

Starting with Nintendo Switch release date, what we know so far is March of next year. In Dale's Twitter post though, she pinpointed March 17th. What tickles the interest of gamers is declarative statement-style of Dale's post, as if she is 100 percent sure of the date. This is very similar when she leaked the trailer debut.

Here is another fun detail, Nintendo Switch was rumored to be region-free. Dale suggest that Nintendo Switch will still push with free for all countries concept. Meaning, there will be singular format for all Nintendo Switch titles and a game that was purchased, say in the US, can be played anywhere without worrying about PAL or NTSC format, as Nicholas Sanderson explained.

Now here is the big bang, gamers will surely be happy to know that Nintendo Switch's rumored price is really tempting. Who wouldn't love $260 for the basic bundle? Just add $40 and you will get a console bundled with Mario. Now for the best there is, leaks are pointing at still enticing $340 for Nintendo Switch with Zelda.

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