"Limited Supply" Of Nintendo Switch Units Will Be Available At GameStop On Launch Day
Walk-in shoppers might have a chance at getting the system at launch.
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Looking for a Nintendo Switch? Retailer GameStop announced today that it will have a "limited supply" of the hard-to-find systems available to buy at its US stores on launch day, March 3.
"We will have a limited supply of the Nintendo Switch systems on launch day for walk-in customers," GameStop's Bub Puzon said in a statement. "Our teams made this happen.
"I would strongly suggest customers plan on attending one of our midnight launch events for a shot at securing one of these extra units. They will go fast!"
The Switch sells for $300 and does not include any pack-in games.
GameStop has created its own Switch bundles, the first of which comes with the console, a Pro controller, and a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for $430. The second bundle includes all of that, in addition to Breath of the Wild's strategy guide, for $455.
You can visit GameStop's Switch landing page to learn more.
In other Switch news, Nintendo today posted an unboxing video for the console that shows off everything it comes with.
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