Pre-Orders Are Officially Live Everywhere For The Strictly Portable Nintendo Switch Lite

Pre-Orders Are Officially Live Everywhere For The Strictly Portable Nintendo Switch Lite
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The Nintendo Switch has been one of the most successful consoles of this generation. It’s selling better than any system right now, which isn’t surprising. There are some amazing games out for it right now, but more importantly, it offers such a novel design.

When you’re done playing with a traditional console, you can take the Switch’s portable screen on the go. It’s this mobility that has made the Switch so popular. Now, gamers who like mobile gaming have all the more reason to celebrate as Nintendo gets ready for the release of the Nintendo Switch Lite.

It’s a strictly portable unit, featuring a smaller screen compared to the original Switch. It also will be lighter and absent of detachable joystick controllers. If you’re looking for a Switch on a budget, the Lite is certainly the way to go.

Those hoping to hear about pre-order details can rest easy. Pre-orders are now officially live everywhere across the internet. Some of the stores currently include Target, GameStop, Best Buy, and Amazon.

Pre-ordering seems like the way to go if you’re interested in getting this new console. Fans seem to be buzzing about it, which only means a limited supply after its official launch date. With a pre-order, you can rest assured you get your hands on this portable gaming unit.

The official release date for the Lite is September 20, 2019. That’s not too far away, quite honestly. Many are so excited about the different color options, including turquoise, yellow, and gray.

All in all, the Lite seems like a pretty cool device. Sure, if you already own a Switch, you’ll probably have a hard time justifying another Switch purchase. Those that don’t have a system, though, may want to add it to their collection.

The Lite will only cost $199 at launch, and used systems probably will be a little cheaper. It’s the perfect Switch model if your budget is a little limited. Sure, you won’t be able to use the Lite with a traditional TV — but that seems perfectly okay.

There is a huge sector of gamers that prefer to game strictly on the go anyway. This seems like the perfect system. Despite being portable, it’s still getting the same games as the traditional Switch.

That’s certainly worth celebrating, especially if you spend a lot of time on the road and need some form of entertainment. The Lite will accommodate all of your portable gaming needs.