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Nintendo Switch Back In Stock At Australian Retailers

Australian retailers get a new shipment of Nintendo's hybrid console.


Good news today for those in Australia looking for a Nintendo Switch. The hard-to-find console is back in stock across three major stores in the country, including EB Games, JB Hi-Fi, and Target.

As IB Times (via MCV Pacific) mentions, this is the Switch's first resupply in Australia following the hybrid console's launch on March 3. By comparison, it reportedly took months for the Wii U to be restocked for the first time back in 2012.

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The Nintendo Switch costs AU $469 and is offered in two versions: grey and neon. EB Games, JB Hi-Fi, and Target have the systems in stock in-store and online; here are links to the Switch pages:

The stores are also selling extra sets of Joy-con controllers, the Pro controller, and other accessories, as well as games such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and 1-2-Switch.

For more on the Nintendo Switch, check out GameSpot's review of the hardware here.

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