Nintendo has announced that it will permanently lower the price of its Switch Joy-Con controllers in Japan starting next month.
Starting November 6, the price of a single Joy-Con controller will be revised from 4,480 yen + tax to 3,740 yen + tax, a decrease of approximately 16.5%. The price reduction only applies to individual Joy-Con products. That means Switch owners will continue to pay the same regular price for a full two-pack (thanks, Japanese Nintendo).
Users in Japan can purchase gray, neon red, neon blue, neon yellow, neon green, red, and neon pink Joy-Con from the country’s official store.
Of course we have to ask ourselves whether or not a similar price restructuring will take place here in the West. Could we see permanent price cuts in Europe and the US, or will this remain an agreement only for Japan?
We’re sure a drop in price will be well received, especially with all of the Joy-Con drifting issues we’ve seen, but feel free to comment in the comments below. Do you think we will see prices drop anytime soon?
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