A new Switch OLED model may be seen emerging from the floor that has been smeared with paint. The release of a limited-edition Splatoon 3 SWOLED will take place on August 26th, according to an announcement made by Nintendo. Watch the video that I’ve embedded below to get an explanation of all the specifics.
For those of you who suffer from misophonia (or you just despise all the sounds of wet paint that Splatoon games like to throw around) and can’t stand to watch the video for more than five seconds, the Splatoon 3 SWOLED comes with a blue and yellow gradient controller along with a white graffitied dock. A Splatoon 3-themed Nintendo Switch Pro controller and travel case will be made available in conjunction with the launch of the new Switch OLED.
The SWOLED was initially released on October 8 of the previous year, and it appears that this is the very first special edition of the system. It stands to reason that when more Nintendo tentpole titles are produced (looking at you, Sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild), there will be more themed SWOLEDs coming out in the near future.
On September 9th, Splatoon 3 will be released for the Nintendo Switch. moist mouth noises
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