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Nintendo Teases a Switch OLED With a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate theme for Black Friday

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Nintendo released the Switch OLED for the first time in 2021. In honor of Black Friday, which falls on November 17–24, the Japanese video game company has now revealed a brand-new, exclusive Switch OLED bundle. This comes after the same Switch Mario Kart package was sold for years. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, one of the most played video games, is now integrated with the Switch OLED. Together with other packaged items, it comes with a themed console. To learn more, continue reading.

For Black Friday, Nintendo has announced the Switch OLED Bundle.

Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch

A Smash Bros. paint job is included in the Nintendo Switch OLED Super Smash Bros. Ultimate bundle, giving it a makeover. The game’s emblem and a grey color may be found on the joy cons. There’s a simple black dock as well.

In addition to the design changes on the console, the newly announced bundle also comes with a full digital version of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game. The company also offers a three-month Nintendo Switch Online subscription. The special bundle console is priced at $349, which is the same as the original Nintendo Switch OLED without the games. It will be available starting November 19th through Nintendo’s official online store and select retailers including Amazon.

This isn’t the first time that Nintendo is launching a themed Switch OLED this year. The company announced the Switch Mario Red Edition and the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Edition.

As for key specifications, the Nintendo Switch OLED features a 7-inch display with touchscreen support. It has 64GB of storage and is said to deliver 4.5 to 9 hours of battery life.

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