Since the Nintendo Switch reveal back in October, many have been wondering about the console's price. Yesterday, a new SKU described as Nintendo N2 surfaced in Best Buy's pricing system with a $249.99 price, and today the console has appeared in the system of another North American retailer.
A few hours ago, the Nintendo Switch was added to the retailer Target systems with a $299.99 price. With other retailers listing the console with tentative prices between $200 and $250, there's the chance that this price may be for one of the bundles which have been hinted at not too long ago. 15 unnamed games also appeared on the system.
While this Nintendo Switch price could be a placeholder price, several people, including reddit user Andis1, who worked at Target in the past, mentioned that the retailer hardly uses placeholder prices. Anything is possible at this point, but this definitely deserved mention.
Yesterday, several Nintendo Switch accessories started getting listed on online retailer CDON, including several editions of the Starter Kit and system cases. Additionally, it's been revealed that GameStop stores may be getting between 20 and 30 units at launch, so it would be wise to pre-order.
The Nintendo Switch launches sometime in March in all regions. We will keep you updated on the console as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.