The Nintendo Switch was formally introduced in a presentation today. Right off the bat, Nintendo announced that the Switch will be released simultaneously in the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, and “other territories” on March 3, 2017 with an SRP of US$300. Two console models will be available upon launch: an all-gray console, and one with the red and blue Joy-Cons.


Included in the box are: the Switch Console, the Switch Dock, left and right Joy-Con (each with straps), the Joy-Con Charging Grip, an AC adapter, and an HDMI cable.


Parts of the Switch will also be sold separately, should you have the need for it. One pair of Joy-Cons will cost US$80, while one piece of either left or right Joy-Con will set you back US$50. The Pro Controller will be sold at US$70, and the charging grip will be US$30. An extra Switch Dock will be priced at US$90.


Meanwhile, the launch games seem to have a standard base price of US$60, having been tagged on three major games already, such as The Legend of Zelda, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Arms.