Details on the Switch keep coming afterNintendo's big reveal last night. We now have prices for each peripheral and accessory releasing alongside the console, starting with the already famous Joy-Con controllers. Since you can connect up to eight of those to the Switch to enjoy local multiplayer, gamers may want to buy extra controllers. They are already available to pre-order: a pair of Joy-Con will cost 74.99. They're available in Neon Red/Neon Blue and Grey.
Players will also have the option to buy a right or a left Joy-Con separately, which are priced at 42.99. Only the grey version seems to be available if you want to buy them separately though.
Other peripherals include Joy-Con straps, which will cost 4.99, and the Charging Grip (on which the controllers can be attached to keep on playing while charging), priced at 27.99.
There's also a Joy-Con Wheel Pair already available to pre-order for 13.99 (which will launch on April 28th, the same day as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe) as well as a ‘protective armour' for the Joy-Con controllers, priced at 14.99.
Meanwhile, the more classic-looking Switch Pro Controller can be pre-ordered for 64.99. There's also a wired version of this one, priced at 27.99.
Nintendo confirmed aMarch 3rd release date for the Nintendo Switch last night. The console will cost 280 at most retailers. The highly-awaited The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has also been confirmed as a launch title and will have both a Special and a Master edition. Mario, Skyrim and FIFA will also be availableon the Switch.