If you are a fan of Animal Crossing, you will be delighted to learn that Nintendo is going to launch a Switch inspired by this famous social simulation game. The Animal Crossing-themed Switch will be available on the 13th of March and gamers can soon pre-order it at select stores.
This full size-size switch functions as a handheld, but can also be fixed to a TV dock. Thanks to detachable Joy-Con controllers, playing games couldn’t get easier than this. Fans need to note that the console is inspired by Animal Crossing, but it does not come with the game as well. You will need to purchase Animal Crossing separately.
Here are some of the unique features of the Animal Crossing-themed Switch
- The embossed look on the back of the Switch makes it look premium and luxurious.
- The Switch comes in different attractive colors and is definitely eye-catching and glamorous
- Nintendo also plans to launch an Animal Crossing-themed carrying case. This will be sold separately and will be available simultaneously.
- The portable console is perfect for playing games indoors and outdoors
Pre-order the Animal Crossing-themed Switch in time
Fans have long awaited the launch of the Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Nintendo had announced it way back during the E3 2019. The game will be available on the 20th of March. If you get the Switch on the 13th, you will probably be all prepared to play the game on the 20th of March. If you truly want to have the console ready by the time the game is available too, make sure to pre-order the Switch well in advance, to eliminate shipping delays.
Why is Nintendo releasing video game-inspired Switches?
The Switch is a hybrid device that acts like a handheld device, and also as a console. Its wireless Joy-Con controllers come with standard buttons and can perceive tactile feedback. Nintendo unveiled it’s way back in March 2017, and there have been many reiterations after that.
As the device is immensely popular, Nintendo seems to have made the decision to launch a Switch inspired by certain popular games as well. Currently, only the Animal Crossing-themed Switch is available. One can only hope and wish that Nintendo launches many more versions of the Switch, inspired by other popular games.