Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, The OLED Nintendo Switch Console Is Now Available For Pre-Order

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, The OLED Nintendo Switch Console Is Now Available For Pre-Order
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After releasing a Splatoon 3 OLED special edition Nintendo Switch console last month, Nintendo is now taking pre-orders for a new design inspired by the forthcoming video games Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Please find below all the information you’ll need to receive your copy on November 4th, when it is scheduled for delivery.

The new Pokemon-themed Nintendo Switch OLED system has pictures of Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly, as well as different Scarlet and Violet symbols on the rear of the console, with Legendary Pokémon Koraidon and Miraido is shown on the dock’s front. Naturally, the Naranja Academy and Uva Academy crests are included on the Joy-Con controllers, which also come in the game’s namesake colors.

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You may pre-order the Nintendo Switch OLED Model: Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Edition from the stores mentioned below. As more stores go live, we’ll add them here. This gaming system is sure to sell out quickly, so if you’re interested, now is the time to buy. You may get a head start by ordering from Target in advance.

The brand-new Paldea area, inspired by Europe’s the Iberian Peninsula, will serve as the backdrop for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. The new games are the first open-world Pokemon games, allowing players to freely roam the landscape. Terastal, a new fighting gimmick, will also be included in the games.

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Terastal crystallizes Pokemon, giving them increased attack strength for a single type of attack. Even though most Pokemon have a Tera Type that corresponds to one of their two Pokemon kinds, certain Pokemon have alternative types, which greatly expands the tactical options available to trainers during combat.

The new Nintendo Switch has a 7-inch OLED screen and a number of improvements over the previous model, including 64GB of internal storage, a wired LAN connector, improved audio, and a more spacious, adjustable stand. The upcoming Pokemon games, Scarlet and Violet, for the Nintendo Switch will be out on November 18th.