Nintendo has released quite a few special edition designs of its consoles, but the upcoming Splatoon 3 Edition looks to be one of the coolest yet.
This is the first time that Nintendo has released a different design for the premium OLED model. The console itself comes with purple and green ombré joy-cons, and a light grey dock. This is all covered in graffiti style art, inspired by the Splatoon franchise.
In addition, the console will be complemented by a new Switch Pro Controller, as well as a carry case.
If you want to know when this new Switch OLED will release and how to get your hands on it in the UK and US, then we have everything you need to know. You can also check out our picks of the best Switch deals overall.
When does the Nintendo Switch OLED Splatoon 3 Edition release?
The Nintendo Switch OLED Splatoon 3 Edition will release on 26 August 2022.
If you want that Pro controller and carry case, then you will have to wait a little longer – these will hit shelves on 9 September 2022.
How much does the Nintendo Switch OLED Splatoon 3 Edition cost?
The Nintendo Switch OLED Splatoon 3 Edition will cost $359.99 in the US and £319.99 in the UK, $10/£10 more expensive than the standard OLED models respectively.
Meanwhile, the Splatoon 3 Pro Controller will cost $94.99/£64.99, and the Splatoon 3 carry case will be priced at $24.99/£19.99.
Where to pre-order the Nintendo Switch OLED Splatoon 3 Edition
Pre-orders for the Splatoon 3 Edition of the Nintendo Switch OLED are not readily available in the US yet, but we will add them in as soon as they are.
When they do go live, we expect them to be available from the likes of Nintendo, Amazon and Target .
UK readers, however, can pre-order the console right now from the following retailers:
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