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Fortnite-themed Nintendo Switch bundle launches in the U.S. for Cyber Monday

Nintendo has launched a new Switch bundle in the United States, featuring design elements and colors from the popular battle royale game Fortnite. This bundle was released in Europe in September, but it's launching in the U.S. for Cyber Monday, and it's one of the best ways to get a Switch right now, since the console is selling out frequently.

The bundle features a Nintendo Switch with exclusive yellow and blue Joy-Con controllers, plus some design elements plastered all over the the back of the console and the front of the dock. There's also a battle bus depicted on the right Joy-Con. Aside from that, the console comes preloaded with Fortnite and it includes 2,000 V-Bucks, the in-game currency that usually costs real money (1000 V-Bucks sell for $7.99), and a download code for the Wildcat Bundle, which offers some new outfits for characters in the game.

What makes this bundle appealing, though, is that it's available. On Amazon, this is currently the only model of the Switch that's available right now at its regular price of $299.99. Other models aren't in stock, though you can order the model with Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con, with expected availability on December 18. If you're doing last-minute holiday shopping, this may be the way to go.

The bundle is also available at Best Buy, and you can also find the Animal Crossing edition of the console there.

If you're looking for other Nintendo-related gifts, you can check out our gift guide, where we highlight some of the best games and accessories you can get for the Nintendo fan in your life.

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