As per the rumours, Nintendo will decrease the worth of the first Switch from $299 to only $249 on September 13. There’s still no official announcement, but such a choice definitely makes an entire lot of sense seeing how the OLED model is scheduled to hit the market in only a few of weeks (October 8, to be more exact).
Moreover, with Nintendo being the sole console manufacturer selling its products at a profit, there’s really no reason why it wouldn’t lower the selling price and generate even more interest in a wholly organic way. And, of course, doing so would further separate the first Switch from its OLED successor — a sensible business decision, no doubt.
This Kyoto-based giant often employed this very same strategy whenever it released new iterations of its consoles, so if this rumour does find yourself being correct it’d totally be within Nintendo’s M.O.
A Spectacular Deal
If Nintendo does decrease the worth of its oh-so-alluring Switch, it’ll be the primary price drop since its release back in 2017 — that alone tells you all you would like to understand when it involves its immense success (both commercial and critical). it’s one of the best-selling consoles of all time and is beloved by many gamers across the world . it’d not be as powerful as a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox Series S/X, but what it lacks in sheer oomph and graphical prowess, it quite makes up for with its Phenomenal(varying) and mixed game library.
In other words: it’s incredibly fun to use and features a slew of strengths and virtues its biggest competitors lack. Over the wide passage of time, it also became clear that Nintendo doesn’t even want to compete — why would it? Its target demographic is either entirely different from those of Sony and Microsoft or features a (relatively) negligible amount of overlap.
And, not important to mention, selling the Switch at a good lower cost point would only further cement its envious position.