Today’s Nintendo news: release date for the Nintendo Switch Lite – Coral in Oceania, but also…
- Splatoon Koshien 2020
- Super Mario x Levi’s
- Mario Kart Tour
- Dragalia Lost
Nintendo Switch Lite (Coral)
Nintendo have announced that the latest colour for the Nintendo Switch Lite, Coral, will launch on April 24th in Oceania. That’s 3 weeks after North America, and a full months after Japan. Unfortunately, still no release date for Europe yet.
You can find the complete list of Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite models and colours on this page!
The Nintendo Switch Lite – Coral comes out on March 20th in Japan, April 3rd in North America, and April 24th in Oceania. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
Splatoon Koshien 2020
Dwango have just announced that the NicoNico Choukaigi 2020 event (including Game Party Japan 2020), which was supposed to take place on April 18th and April 19th, has been cancelled. It has been replaced by an online event called NicoNico Net Choukaigi 2020, that will take place from April 12th to April 19th.
Due to this cancellation, the grand finals of the Splatoon Koshien 2020 (which was supposed to take place on April 18th and April 19th at NicoNico Choukaigi) have been postponed indefinitely. Just like NicoNico Choukaigi, it will be replaced by an online event, with just the players and without an audience. The date of this online event will be shared at a later date, as the organisers first need to ensure the safety and health of all participants and stakeholders.
The Online Tournaments on March 28th and April 4th will take place as scheduled.
Super Mario x Levi’s
Levi’s have shared a couple of pictures of their Super Mario line of clothes, that will be available from April 1st worldwide (not just in Japan):
Source: Levi’s (Twitter)
Mario Kart Tour
Here’s the preview trailer for the latest Tour in Mario Kart Tour, the Baby Rosalina Tour, now live until March 25th:
Here’s the preview video for the latest Summon Showcase in Dragalia Lost, Paragons of Piety, which runs from March 12th to March 27th:
Dragalia Lost (Android, iOS) still does not have a release date in Europe yet.