Nintendo Switch 2 Reportedly Won't Be Arriving Until March 2025

The company is apparently attempting to prevent scalpers this time around.

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Nintendo wants to figure out a way to prevent scalpers ahead of the release of the Nintendo Switch 2. The follow-up to 2017’s Nintendo Switch, the console has been the subject of rumors for at least a year now.

As Nintendo approaches seven years of the Switch, they’re eager to get out the next iteration but at the same time, looking to plan to avoid the rampant scalping and reselling that happened the first time around.

Nintendo is now eyeing a March 2025 release date for the Nintendo Switch 2 while it aims to configure methods of preventing scalping, IGN reported, citing Japanese publication Nikkei.

Given that the original console was constantly sold out for the first year of its release, Nintendo seemingly wants to build up its stock before formally launching it. The new console is expected to boast a larger screen and an advanced hybrid design.

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