Nintendo To Disclose A Special Edition Monster Hunter Rise Switch Model!!!
Nintendo Co., Ltd. – a Japanese consumer electronics including a video game company in Kyoto. The company was established in 1889 as Nintendo Karuta by craftsman Fusajiro Yamauchi and formerly produced handmade hanafuda playing cards. Nintendo is set to push the Switch console demand further this year after it unveiled a Special Edition model set to launch this March.
This limited edition Switch was revealed according to the IGN reports via the Nintendo of Europe Twitter account. It’s a complete package, including a Switch console and Monster Hunter artwork on the casing, and a digital code for Capcom’s latest entry in this series. The tweet also mentioned the access to a “Deluxe Kit DLC, including a bonus content.”
If you are a Switch owner, and also a big Monster Hunter fan. In this case, Nintendo is also set to offer a special edition of the Pro Controller sporting alike artwork to the console. The controller and console will go on sale on the game’s scheduled release date of Mar 26. Seeing as that’s a global launch date, it’s expected the special editions will be offered on the same day in the United States.
If you cannot wait until March to buy it or aren’t a big fan of Monster Hunter, do not forget Nintendo is also releasing the Mario Red & Blue Edition of the console on the Feb 12 to match with the launch of Super Mario 3D World + Browser’s Fury. We are eagerly waiting for Nintendo to decide when to unveil the Switch Pro. This Monster Hunter-inspired makeover is overlooked by a satin black matte finish, detached with bright gold decals.
Now, in India, the Mario Red and Blue Edition of Nintendo Switch is available to pre-order. Brought to India through independent game stores like Mcube, this Edition is rated at Rs. 39,990. The launch date is slated for Feb 25. Mcube has approved to IGN India that this would be the “Hong Kong import” variant of the Switch. Nintendo stated that it has a good battery life that can range between 4.5 hours – 9 hours, depending on the game version.
Stay tuned for more updates on Nintendo!!