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Here's where to pre-order the Nintendo Switch in the UK

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Nintendo is preparing to launch its upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, but we've got a good few months until it officially launches.

In fact, Nintendo has yet to give the console an official release date, but that hasn't stopped one online retailer from putting the Switch up for pre-order.

GameSeek.co.uk is taking pre-orders right now, and has given Nintendo's console a price of £198.50. What's more, the site has seemingly revealed the release date as March 17.

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However, the site does caution that release dates are subject to change, so this is far from confirmation of the console's debut on that date.

If you go ahead and pre-order you'll be guaranteed that price too, but the money will be taken from your account immediately.

Specifically, the site states: "With our Pre-order Price Guarantee, you can order now and if the GameSeek price increases between the time you place your order and the release date, you'll be charged the lower price."

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Whether the price will change remains unclear at this point, with Nintendo giving nothing away in that department. But a recent report from LetsPlayVideoGames claims the console will go on sale for £199.99 at GAME.

What's more, the report claims a version of the Switch with more memory and a bundled game will go on sale for £249.99.

The Nintendo Switch is Nintendo’s next console, and was officially unveiled last month. Built under the codename ‘NX’, the Switch is a hybrid console and handheld that comes with a tablet-like design, a docking station, detachable controllers, and a kickstand.

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Let us know if you pre-order in the comments.

Hans Olo

November 25, 2016, 6:51 pm

OMG OMG OMG I have to pre order this..........NOT!

Big Boss

November 25, 2016, 7:19 pm

Good one, Hans.

shadowhedgehogz

November 25, 2016, 9:36 pm

That's how people talk with their head in the clouds.

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