Earlier this week Toys R Us Canada might have leaked the Nintendo Switch price. This site momentarily listed the NS for $329.99 CAD, this equates to roughly $250 US dollars, and has since taken it down. This $250 price seems to be on par with the orginal Wii’s launch price and competes perfectly with both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, who offer a cheaper console at $299 and will put Nintendo in a great spot on the market. With so many questions still unanswered about the Switch, such as batter life and power, price was always a huge unknown. With a number of people expecting the next batch of news to be more negative then positive, this rumor of a $250 price may put a lot of fear to rest. It seems Nintendo has listened to its fans and is ready to turn this ship around after the failures of the Wii U. The next Nintendo Direct will be in January and many fans are expecting a lot more news to come forth. If this rumor holds true then it will be hard to see the Switch being anything less than great.
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