When will it be released?
March 3. Nintendo has officially confirmed that Switch will be available this spring and their NYC retail store announced that a limited number of Nintendo Switch pre-orders would be available starting at 9am today, Friday, January 13th. Alternatively, you can preorder a Switch from Best Buy, Target, or Gamestop.
Given how well Nintendo's dealt with limited-release consoles, though -- looking at you, NES Classic -- preordering a Nintendo Switch might not necessarily guarantee you get one.
What games will it feature?
With over 80 games in active development, highlights include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, FIFA, Skyrim, Super Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Fire Emblem Warriors, ARMS, Splatoon 2 and more.
How much will it cost?
$300. Initial speculation put the Switch's price at $250, but for a current-gen console, that price isn't bad at all.
What are the specs?
Unofficial reports last year pegged the Switch with a 6.2" 720p touchscreen display, and while that resolution stacks up well against similar handheld gaming systems, it's a far cry from what you'll find on any recent smartphone display. While docked however, players will be treated to 1080p resolution. The basic console also includes left and right Joy-Con controllers, a grip, and wrist straps.
Where can I rewatch the presentation?
Watch it above, hit up Nintendo's Youtube channel, or read all of the highlights here.