Nintendo Switch stock becomes available at GAME, huge selection of bundles

Nintendo Switch stock becomes available at GAME, huge selection of bundles

Nintendo Switch stock has become available to buy at GAME today, but you’ll have to act quick to avoid disappointment.

GAME is offering the Nintendo Switch bundled in with top titles such as Animal Crossing New Horizons, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or Super Mario Odyssey.

The cheapest Nintendo Switch bundle on offer is £299 for a red box console (which boasts improved battery life over the OG model) with either Mario and Rabbids Kingdom Battle or Overwatch.

A neon Nintendo Switch bundled with Animal Crossing New Horizons costs £329 while a Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is priced at £324.

Click here to be directed to the page on the GAME website with all the Nintendo Switch bundles the retailer is offering right now.

At the time of writing these Nintendo Switch bundles are in stock, but the hit hybrid console has been selling out fast recently.

You can find a list below of all the Nintendo Switch bundles that GAME were offering on Thursday April 7, with each bundle featuring the red box model with better battery life…

• Nintendo Switch neon with Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon – £374

• Nintendo Switch neon with Super Mario Odyssey – £324

• Nintendo Switch neon with Mario and Rabbids Kingdom Battle – £299

• Nintendo Switch neon with Super Mario Bros U Deluxe – £324

• Nintendo Switch neon with Link’s Awakening – £324

• Nintendo Switch neon with Overwatch – £299

• Nintendo Switch neon with Super Mario Maker 2 – £324

Nintendo Switch stock has been selling out thick and fast while the UK has been under lockdown, with Switch stock like gold dust.

However, in some good news the House of Mario are reportedly increasing orders for the Nintendo Switch to meet demand.

The news comes courtesy of DigiTimes who revealed the stock update in a post online.

In other Nintendo Switch news, earlier this week Ninty announced they had temporarily suspended Switch shipments in the company’s native Japan.

The Switch has been a huge success story in Japan, with the hybrid console last year outselling the PS4 which had launched three years earlier.

Published at Tue, 07 Apr 2020 14:46:00 +0000