The Nintendo Switch OLED model announcement pretty much surprised everyone across the board – with some having their reservations about the console and whether it was a step-up for Nintendo or not. Regardless of which side of the fence one finds themselves on, the Nintendo Switch OLED model will be out on October 8, 2021 – which means there is plenty of time to make up one’s mind.
The new OLED model has been priced rather comfortably, at USD $349.99, which fits rather alongside the original Switch at USD $299.99.
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