The Pokémon-themed edition of the Nintendo Switch Lite console is out now, which was released in celebration of the new Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl games.
The Switch Lite Dialga and Palkia Edition features a dark exterior, black buttons and a flashy rear design with metallic outlines of the two legendary Pokémon from the upcoming games. This finish is only available on the handheld version of the Switch, not the main console.
The design is based on the limited-edition Nintendo DS Lite which was released for the original fourth-gen Diamond and Pearl games.
But how can you get your hands on this new Switch Lite? We have everything you need to know. We also have similar articles for the
Zelda Skyward Sword Joy-Cons and the new
Nintendo Switch OLED Model.
How much does the Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga & Palkia Edition cost?
The price of the console is the same as the standard Switch Lite, which is £199.99/$199.99.
Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga & Palkia Edition Cyber Monday deal
There aren’t many deals for the Switch Lite range this Cyber Monday. However, eBay UK is offering 10% across technology on the site from 6pm GMT today, meaning that you can get the Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga & Palkia Edition for just
£179.99 (excluding post and packaging).
All you need to do is add your product to the basket, and then use the code ‘MORESAVINGS’ at checkout.
Get Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga & Palkia Edition Black Friday eBay offer
This is the official Argos store on eBay, so it is a legitimate seller. However, be sure to get in quick, as the deal is only available until 10pm GMT tonight.
Where else can I buy the Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga & Palkia Edition?
You can now buy the Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga and Palkia Edition from most major tech retailers. Here are the places you can currently get it from in the UK:
These are the places where it is currently out of stock:
Here’s where you can currently buy it from in the US:
At the time of writing, the Nintendo US store doesn’t have any of these consoles in stock. If this changes, we’ll update this article.