This week Nintendo announced a new coral color for the Nintendo Switch Lite. The first since the handheld launch that will release on April 3rd, 2020. The color comes as an addition to the console’s color option with three other preexisting colors. These colors include turquoise, grey, and yellow.
This is the first color console I’ve liked since the Switch Lite first hit store shelves on September 20th, 2019. The Nintendo Switch Lite is a great gaming console with a boasted improved battery life. This console is a redesigned featherweight shell with upgraded ergonomics and a reduced purchase price.
We fans who wished to play primarily single-player games in handheld mode was their primary target. Nintendo did amazingly in this console with the ability to play anything from the library on the Switch. Except for Nintendo Labo, Just Dance 2020, and a couple of others that use the wireless, motion-controlled joy-con controllers.
This is due to the integration of the joy-cons into the system, which has resulted in some having issues with the inability of the Switch’s usual forms of multiplayer. Games won’t play on a TV or monitor due to the system not supporting the dock.
As said by Bussiness Wire, “more ways than ever to tailor your Nintendo Switch gaming experiences to match your personal style.“ With this version of the console, the company also created an Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch bundle.
The game and console come with an exclusive console skin, which is only for the standard version of the Switch, which does not currently extend to the Lite version of the console. Another exclusive feature of the Lite is the awaited replacement of directional buttons with a proper D-Pad.
Fans commended Nintendo for this, be that as it may, issues with the Switch joy-con joysticks drifting soon eclipsed the hype. On top of this, Nintendo got hit with a drop in shares when the Switch Lite was unable to meet sales estimates.
Despite the minor difficulty, Nintendo is still succeeding fiercely in the hardware business. Nintendo sold almost a million Nintendo Switches during Black Friday a year ago.
Someplace in-between rosewater and salmon, the latest sprinkles of color accents the style of the handheld NintendoSwitch Lite console beautifully. It brought in some necessary variety in the sea of black, grey, and white gaming boxes.
The delicate tone, reminiscent of Japanese cherry blossoms, praises the rounded edges and light frame and emanates the friendly, playful, inviting the feeling that Nintendo has cultivated for decades.