Report Claims That Nintendo Switch Will Be Limited To 30 Units Maximum

Jan 11, 2017 11:03 AM EST | JM Zamora

A new allegation regarding Nintendo Switch availability arises. A report claims Nintendo Switch will be a hard-to-get-item same as Nintendo Mini NES Classic and Pokemon Go Plus.

The news started when a retail source said that Nintendo Switch will more likely be in a maximum of 30 units per Gamestop store in the US. The source stressed out that Gamestop store may not hold too many Nintendo Switch stocks. The source is specifically referring to the retail store Gamestop, thus other retailers are out of the context.

But, considering the fact that Gamestop is one of the biggest gaming retailer in the US worries a lot of Nintendo Switch hopefuls. According to Express, it is indeed unlikely for Nintendo to lavished on retailers with higher stock numbers.

This news is somehow similar to Nintendo's latest release, the Nintendo Mini NES Classic, and Pokemon Go Plus. Nintendo hasn't commented yet about the subject since the company is preparing for the biggest announcement on January 12th. If the allegation is proven to be true, Nintendo Switch fans might have to consider pre-ordering rather than buying it onset to avoid the hassle.

Earlier this week, Nintendo Switch release details unwantedly leaked via a tweet of Tweak Town. The document that leaked discussed Nintendo Switch release date which is March 17. Game titles such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon Counterattack, Mario Kart 8: Switch It, and Elder Scroll 5: Skyrim Special Edition. Such game titles will be followed by a brand new Assassin's Creed, Pikmin World, Minecraft, and Super Smash Bros. Also, as previously reported, Gamestop referenced Pokemon's alleged new version for Switch. The product page post might have proved Pokemon Stars to be true.

On the other side of the news, Target has revealed their Nintendo Switch price. According to Nintendo Life, Target will sell Switch for $299.99. The said price will include 15 possible launch titles.

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