Nintendo Switch Lite Coral Confirmed For Release In North America, On April 3

Earlier today, Nintendo Co. Ltd announced that it would be launching a new coral-colored Switch Lite in Japan during March.

Well, it looks like the rest of the world won’t have to wait too much longer to get their hands on the lovely variant as well!

Nintendo of America has confirmed that the same coral-colored handheld will also be arriving at North American stores.

The western launch will take place on 3 April 2020, with an MSRP of $199.99 USD.

We’ll report back when pre-orders go up.

In the meantime, here’s the official press release below.

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On April 3, Nintendo will add a new splash of color to its lineup of Nintendo Switch Lite systems, with the introduction of a playful coral-colored version.

The coral Nintendo Switch Lite system can be purchased at a suggested retail price of $199.99, joining the existing range of color options for the system: yellow, gray and turquoise.

With a vast library of games to play and stylish system colors to choose from, there are more ways than ever to tailor your Nintendo Switch gaming experiences to match your personal style.

Nintendo Switch Lite is designed specifically for handheld play, making it easy to bring a diverse collectionof exciting, relaxing and challenging gameswith you wherever you go.

This includes exploring a mysterious world with lively characters and puzzle-filled dungeons in the Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakeninggame; catching, battling and trading Pokémon in the Galar region of the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield games; or, in the upcoming Animal Crossing: New Horizonsgame, launching on March 20, whisking yourself away to an island paradise where you can customize your own dream life.

As a dedicated handheld gaming device, Nintendo Switch Lite has integrated controls and is smaller than the flagship version of Nintendo Switch, but can still play all the games in the robust Nintendo Switch library that support Handheld mode.

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Source: NintendoSoup