Though it’s not nearly as crucial as hand sanitizer, tissues, toilet paper, and other household goods, the Nintendo Switch console is seeing a major national shortage right now, as major retailers respond to increased demand for online goods due to the coronavirus outbreak. The $300 console is seeing increased demand as more people find themselves stuck indoors and looking for a good way to play some video games.While the main system is sold out just about everywhere, you’ll have an easier time finding the $200 Nintendo Switch Lite, which is smaller, handheld-only, and more affordable. Amazon has new stock of the Yellow and Grey Switch Lites. Best Buy has also restocked the Switch Lite in Turquoise and Yellow, while GameStop has a number of different bundles with the Coral Switch Lite in stock. If you’re primarily interested in using the Switch as a handheld device rather than playing it on the TV, the Switch Lite is an excellent, cheaper option, and it may be a great choice for younger gamers who are stuck inside right now. It’s also more readily available if you’re just dying to play some of the best Switch games right now.According to Nintendo, more Switch consoles… Read full this story
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