Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers; Sold Out At Biggest Retailers, Nintendo Hidden Message In Every Console Controller

Mar 07, 2017 10:10 AM EST | Audi Mae

Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers are surprisingly sold out at several retailers in the United States, includes Amazon, GameStop, BestBuy, Target, and Walmart. The $70 Switch Pro controller is seemingly not available even on the biggest websites retailers.

The big retailers like Walmart and Amazon allow third-parties to sell items, so the customer can avail the controller at a premium price, which roughly ranges from $90 to $120. EBay is set to fill the market with controllers being sold with inflated prices that range from $80 to $100.

Every console comes with a significant transition from preorders to launch events. Amazon's Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers preorders were totally sold out in less than half an hour in January, as noted by Game Spot.

Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers are totally in demand because of its excellent battery feature, which compared to the Wii U Pro controller it has twice as its capacity. The Nintendo Switch Pro controller works at 40 hours, while the Wii U controller checked in at around 80 hours. The Pro controller also highlights at least ten times as better as the DualShock 4.

The Switch Pro controller also features a few nifty that offers compatibility for PC games. The most anticipated controller provides better motion controls and excellent built-in amiibo functionality with HD rumble. It also features a Nintendo Classic NES based features.

The Pro controller is not just a console controller with two joysticks, two handgrips, and a set of buttons for power mix up, yet inside it, there is a secret message on that says "Thx2 allgamefans." According to Kotaku, it can be located right the joystick, which is apparently a hidden message from Nintendo's developers to every customer who buys the console for gratitude.

The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller sellouts can be a great hype for the company. Auto World News will be keeping a close eye on how Nintendo can keep the retailers' shelves stocked, so better stay tuned for the next updates.

 

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