Nintendo Switch Price Cut Goes Into Effect In Europe Ahead Of OLED Launch

The Nintendo Switch is getting its first price cut. Nintendo is now selling the base Switch model in Europe for the less than normal, and the price drop comes just a few weeks before the Switch OLED launches. Nintendo is cutting the price in Europe due to currency exchange rates and the forthcoming release of the OLED model, the company confirmed.As reported by The Verge and Eurogamer, Nintendo's own store now lists the Switch at €300 for Europe, which is €30 less than normal. In the UK, the Switch base model got a price cut of £20, bringing the system down to £260 from £280. A spokesperson for Nintendo told Eurogamer that the price change in Europe is a result of currency exchange rates and the impending launch of the Switch OLED model.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Nintendo Switch Price Cut Goes Into Effect In Europe Ahead Of OLED Launch

The Nintendo Switch is getting its first price cut. Nintendo is now selling the base Switch model in Europe for the less than normal, and the price drop comes just a few weeks before the Switch OLED launches. Nintendo is cutting the price in Europe due to currency exchange rates and the forthcoming release of the OLED model, the company confirmed.

As reported by The Verge and Eurogamer, Nintendo's own store now lists the Switch at €300 for Europe, which is €30 less than normal. In the UK, the Switch base model got a price cut of £20, bringing the system down to £260 from £280.

A spokesperson for Nintendo told Eurogamer that the price change in Europe is a result of currency exchange rates and the impending launch of the Switch OLED model.

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