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Nintendo Won't Raise the Price of the Switch | GameSpot News

Sony's increasing the price of the PS5 in some regions, but Nintendo is firm it won't do the same for the Switch. Despite a rumor, Amazon is reportedly not buying EA; and Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty gets an all new trailer.

Speaking to Eurogamer, Nintendo's president said in a statement: "we will determine our future pricing strategies through careful and continued deliberations," and do not have any plans to "increase the trade price of its hardware." Instead, Nintendo is decreasing the size of Switch packaging to help with shipping issues, by making the cardboard box it comes in 20% smaller, which in turn will help the company's bottom line by using fewer materials.

Early this morning a report suggested that Amazon was set to announce an acquisition of Electronic Arts later today. However, it didn't take long for the report to be denied. After all, EA is reportedly pursuing a sale or merger, and is said to have had talks with Disney, Apple, Comcast, and, of course, Amazon. But as of now, there is no official news to report on of the behemoth developer/publisher being purchased at this time.

Souls-like fans have been eating well recently, because today we got a trailer for Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, a new Souls-like action game from Ninja Gaiden, Nioh, and Stranger of Paradise developer Team Ninja. The trailer is filled with sword fighting, Chinese martial arts, and otherworldly enemies and environments players will be exploring.

Here's your friendly reminder that Destiny 2 and all its expansions are free to play until August 30. So if you've always been curious, now's a good time to dip your toes in.