For those eager to get their hands on the limited edition console first, Amazon, Best BuyAnd walmart are currently all still accepting pre-orders. Unlike the standard Switch, the Switch OLED features a vibrant seven-inch OLED display, 64GB of storage, and an improved kickstand, along with a handful of other minor updates. The Tears of the Kingdom Edition offers no improvements over the standard OLED model, but comes with gold Joy-Cons and a docking station adorned with classic Zelda iconography.
To be clear: this is not a bundle, so you will not save on it Tears of the Kingdom and will have to pre-order the game separately – which you can currently do at Amazon, Best Buy, walmartAnd GameStop for about $69.99. However, Switch Online subscribers can save a bit on the title when they get one Nintendo Switch Game Voucher for $99.98, which allows them to purchase two full-price games from Nintendo eShop. If you use the voucher to buy the upcoming one Zelda to play a second title from this listas Metroid fear ($59.99) or Picmin 4 ($59.99), you essentially buy each for $49.99 for a total of $99.98. All told, that adds up to a total of $30 in savings across both games.
In addition to the console, Nintendo is releasing a Zelda-themed Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $74.99. However, it won’t be available until May 12, and it’s currently sold out at Best Buy, game stop, Goal, and other retailers. Like the console, the Zelda-themed peripheral features Zelda-inspired details, including a Hylian decal, white grip, and gold trim. However, it is otherwise identical to the standard Nintendo Switch Pro controller, which is still one of the best Nintendo Switch controllers money can buy thanks to its comfortable design and unparalleled range of features.
You can also pre-order a Zelda themed OLED carrying case for the Nintendo Switch for $24.99 Best Buy, GoalAnd GameStop. Like the controller, it won’t be available until May 12, but you can still pre-order the black-and-gold accessory before it launches next month.
Update April 4, 5:56 PM ET: Updated pre-order availability for Nintendo’s Zeldathemed console and its accessories.