Following the announcement of the UK’s first price drop earlier this week, retailers are predicting that costs could drop even further than the £129 that’s been set.
Sources have told MCV that the price could drop below the £100 mark, spurred on by competition from stores. These offers could even be in place as soon as the official drop on May 20. Perhaps this lower price will help Nintendo achieve the proposed extra 50 percent of total sales it hopes to gain in the rest of the console’s life cycle.
Meanwhile, that new system is still on for an E3 debut.