Another day, another piece of evidence to point to the incontrovertible existence of the Nintendo Switch Pro and its imminent announcement, even though Nintendo is waiting for- well, it’s hard to say what they’re waiting for. It’s Nintendo.
This time, it’s more retailer listings. Centro Leaks recently reported on Twitter that they had received and verified a screenshot of an internal listing at a retailer showing a new Switch hardware listing that is set to go live on June 4. While information here is scant, they added in a subsequent tweet that the screenshot shows a non-US listing for a US retailer- which may very well point to Amazon Mexico. After all, they did recently go live with a listing for the New Nintendo Switch Pro before they were supposed to.
But that’s not all. As spotted by @nintendalerts, French retailer Boulanger also has the new Nintendo Switch model listed in its database. Though the listing is not available on their website yet, an image of their internal listings database shows that the console is going to be priced at €399, which falls in line with the price range mentioned by several previous reports.
It’s been recently claimed that the Switch Pro is going to launch later this year and get an announcement very soon– perhaps even before E3. Whether that ends up happening remains to be seen. Reports have claimed that the console will be 4K capable, have an OLED screen, feature support for DLSS, and sport various improvements to its dock, such as ethernet and USB 3.0 ports and a Surface-style back-flap for tabletop gaming.
Also worth noting that this specific listing is a non-US listing from an US retailer.
That should give you a hint what retailer it is lol
— Centro LEAKS (@CentroLeaks) June 2, 2021
— Nintend'Alerts (@nintendalerts) June 2, 2021