The new Nintendo Switch console with a vibrant 7-inch OLED display launches this week, alongside the next installment in the legendary sci-fi series Metroid
This week, October 8, the new member of the Nintendo Switch family of consoles is available in store. Nintendo Switch – OLED model has a similar overall size to the Nintendo Switch console, but with a larger and vibrant 7-inch OLED display with vivid colors and high contrast. This new console gives gamers another option to play the vast and growing library of Nintendo Switch games the way and where they want.
Nintendo Switch – OLED model The console not only sports a 7-inch OLED display, but also includes a large adjustable stand for tabletop mode, a new docking station with a wired LAN port (LAN cable sold separately), 64 GB of internal storage * and improved sound for handheld and tabletop play. Much like Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo Switch – OLED model allows gamers to play on the TV and share the detachable Joy-Con controllers for immediate multiplayer fun. And just like the Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo Switch Lite, with Nintendo Switch – OLED model, the system can be taken on the go to take advantage of its gaming versatility anywhere.
But that’s not the only new Nintendo experience launching this week. The next game in history is also available Metroid franchise, Terror Metroid. Terror Metroid follows intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran as she descends to a new planet to investigate a mysterious transmission. Metroid Dread concludes the gripping story arc by focusing on the bizarre and interconnected destinies of Samus and the Metroids and can be enjoyed by longtime fans and newcomers to the series as well.
Terror Metroid is available in physical and digital stores in Nintendo eShop. Metroid Dread: Special Edition is also available and comes with a steel game case and includes the game card, five high quality art cards with key artwork for each Metroid 2D game and a 190 page art book covering all five entries from the Metroid 2D saga.
A new Amiibo Samus figurine with his costume Terror Metroid and an EMMI amiibo figure are also available as a two-pack starting November 5. Scanning the Samus amiibo will give players an additional energy reservoir to increase their health by 100. Additionally, the Samus amiibo can be scanned again for health once per day. The EMMI amiibo grants Samus a Missile Plus tank, increasing his missile capacity by 10. The EMMI amiibo can also be rescanned to replenish certain missiles once per day.
The 8the October, the latest member of the Nintendo Switch family of consoles is available in stores. Nintendo Switch – The OLED model is similar in overall size to the Nintendo Switch console, but with a larger, vibrant 7-inch OLED display with vivid colors and high contrast. The same day launch is the next game in the famous Metroid franchise, Metroid Dread, which concludes the gripping story arc by focusing on the weird and interconnected destinies of Samus and the Metroids and can be enjoyed by fans as well. longtime and newcomers to the series.