Livestream Reveals Nintendo Switch’s Minimalistic Look; Sold Out At GameStop
Nintendo Switch has been formally introduced, and for those who have missed it, the user interface of the new console appears to be very interesting. With the help of the recent Treehouse Livestream, a few more glimpses at the Switch's UI were able to be seen by a lot of gaming fans.
Livestream Reveals Minimalistic Look Of The Nintendo Switch UI
Since the start, Nintendo Switch appears like a decent shift from the previous gaming systems, introducing a more minimalist appearance that is sleeker yet much easier to understand by the user. According to reports, the icons for the Nintendo Store, Messages, Brightness and Power are clearly seen, which enables the users to access each from the home screen easily.
Nintendo Switch is set to release on March 3, and will perform as a hybrid console of sorts. Furthermore, the new system is reported to be played on the TV with the use of a special dock or utilized as another tablet-like display, along with its own attachable controls (that can subsequently be removed and used as motion controllers). The gaming console will be priced at $299 and will feature titles such as "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" as part of its lineup, GamingBolt reported.
Nintendo Switch At GameStop Has Been Sold Out
Nintendo Switch units over at the GameStop has been sold out. The retailer announced this on Sunday, revealing that the store has blown through its allocation of the new gaming console. This means that those who want to pre-order a Nintendo Switch should look somewhere else than GameStop.
Unfortunately, Nintendo Switch is reportedly not available for pre-order, reserve at GameStop and other major console retailers. In fact, Target, Amazon, Walmart, Toys R Us and Best Buy all reportedly list Nintendo Switch, which launches on March 3, as unavailable, three days following the opening of pre-orders, according to Polygon.
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