Nintendo Switch Presentation Gallery

Nintendo Switch Presentation Gallery

During today’s livestreamed Nintendo Switch Presentation, huge Nintendo Switch details were dropped including the release date, launch titles, and more. Here’s a stack of photos that were released alongside by Nintendo.

The Switch in TV mode, with gray Joy-Cons.

The Nintendo Switch box art, showing off the new blue and red Joy-Cons.

Box art for the gray Joy-Con edition of the Switch.

The Switch in tabletop mode, with in-built kickstand deployed, and detached blue and red Joy-Cons.

The Switch in tabletop mode, with in-built kickstand deployed, and detached gray Joy-Cons.

The Nintendo Switch in mid-transition into handheld mode, with blue and red Joy-Cons.

The Nintendo Switch in mid-transition into handheld mode, with gray Joy-Cons.

The Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, with attached blue and red Joy-Cons.

The Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, with attached gray Joy-Cons.

The Switch has an SD card port to facilitate boxed physical game sales. Beyond that, no details have been released regarding other utilities for the port.

Retail packaging for the Switch carrying case and screen protectors, sold separately.

Side-by-side shots of the Nintendo Switch in TV and handheld modes, with blue and red Joy-Cons.

Side-by-side shots of the Nintendo Switch in TV and handheld modes, with gray Joy-Cons.

Retail packaging for replacement Nintendo Switch A/C adaptors.

A gray right-hand Joy-Con, with hands for scale. Joy-Cons are usable while detached from the Switch.

A gray left-hand Joy-Con, with hands for scale. Joy-Cons are usable while detached from the Switch.

Blue and red Joy-Cons, detached, with hands for scale. Joy-Cons are usable while detached from the Switch.

Gray Joy-Cons, from every angle. You can see the newly announced hidden shoulder buttons in the centermost shots.

Retail packaging for a gray left-hand Joy-Con.

Retail packaging for a gray right-hand Joy-Con.

Retail packaging for a pair of gray Joy-Cons.

Retail packaging for a pair of red and blue Joy-Cons.

The right-hand Joy-Con includes a near-field sensor, facilitating Amiibo compatibility.

A rear shot of the gray Joy-Con Grip.

Retail packaging for the Joy-Con Grip.

Red and blue Joy-Cons attached to the Joy-Con Grip.

Gray Joy-Cons attached to the Joy-Con Grip, with hands for scale.

A rear shot of black Joy-Con Grip.

Blue and red Joy-Cons attached to the Joy-Con Grip.

Gray Joy-Cons attached to the Joy-Con Grip.

Joy-Cons come with wrist-straps in the box, to avoid accidental drops and other damage.

Retail packaging for replacement blue Joy-Con wrist straps.

Retail packaging for replacement gray Joy-Con wrist straps.

Retail packaging for replacement red Joy-Con wrist straps.

The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, with hands for scale.

The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

Retail packaging for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller also includes a near-field sensor for Amiibo compatibility.

They’re still not dead: Retail packaging for the Joy-Con Wheel, including a set of two.

A selection of logos from third-party publishers with planned releases coming to the Nintendo Switch.

A breakdown of what’s in the Nintendo Switch package, with blue and red Joy-Cons.

A breakdown of what’s in the Nintendo Switch package, with blue and red Joy-Cons.

An annotated shot of blue and red Joy-Cons, highlighting all features.

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