UK: Nintendo Switch Pro-Controller Now £64.99 On Amazon, Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Down To £48

For those purchasing the Nintendo Switch and requiring additional controllers; the price of them came as a bit of a shock when they first appeared for pre-order on some retailers’ websites. Thankfully the price of the Pro-Controller on Amazon.co.uk has seen a decrease today to a much more respectable £64.99.

The controller boasts a screen capture button so you can share images with your friends and family on social media. Nintendo’s ‘HD Rumble’ alongside a built-in amiibo reader are also present.

You can purchase yours here.

It’s also worth noting that Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has taken a very slight drop down to £48. See for yourself here.

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11 thoughts on “UK: Nintendo Switch Pro-Controller Now £64.99 On Amazon, Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Down To £48

  1. Too expensive for a Nintendo Controller. I can afford it but not everyone can and IMHO it should be at least €40/£40 instead.

    We’re not talking about a beastly PC/gaming rig/PS4/Xbox One here after all.

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  2. I definitely think the controller is too expensive in UK, but $70 in the US makes a lot of sense. It’s only several dollars more than a PS4 or XB1 controller and has motion controls, NFC reader, and HD rumble.. I hope it comes to Amazon US soon…

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      1. It was confirmed in the japanese site of the Nintendo Switch that it’s going to connect through Bluetooth. So yeah, it’s gonna be compatible with PC, but you are gonna have to wait for someone to create the software needed to use it there (since there is no way Nintendo is doing that themselves).

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