Mario Red Nintendo Switch is here, and it’s literally red

Pre-order the limited edition Mario Red Nintendo Switch now and get ready for its launch on October 6!

Mario Red Nintendo Switch is here, and it’s literally red
Published by Ethan @ PC Game Spotlight a year ago

Mario Red Nintendo Switch: Pre-order Now!

Get excited, Mario fans. The Mario Red Nintendo Switch is here, and it’s arguably the most beautiful portable console ever made. Well, at least in my opinion. Nintendo has unveiled its latest creation, and it’s set to launch on October 6. That’s right, you can now pre-order the limited-edition console to secure your purchase.

The new Nintendo Switch features a gorgeous red design with a classic Mario silhouette on the rear. The console’s inner model is filled with iconic coins, bringing the overall look full circle. Priced at $350, the Mario Red OLED Switch is exclusive to Nintendo’s online store for now, but it remains to be seen if other retailers will carry the console closer to release day.

Limited-edition consoles tend to sell out fast, so I’d highly recommend acting fast if you’re interested. Remember, this is a unique piece of gaming hardware that’ll surely appeal to collectors.

Of course, you won’t be able to play the red Switch on October 6 if you pre-order it. That’s because the console is launching two weeks before the release of Wonder, a new 2D Mario game that’s arguably the star of this Nintendo Direct presentation. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered with all the essential details you need to know about Wonder.

The good news is that the red Switch release date precedes Wonder’s launch by two weeks. So if you’re desperate to get your hands on Nintendo’s latest creation, you won’t have to wait long.

The Mario Red Nintendo Switch follows an earlier Direct presentation that unveiled the new console and the upcoming game. It dives into various gameplay mechanics, introduces a cast of characters, and takes you on a journey across space.

Some fans might be disappointed by the lack of a copy of Wonder with the console, but I think the design is beautiful. Others might not be a fan of the innovation on offer here, but I personally think it’s a cool way to celebrate 35 years of Mario.

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