GameStop has sold all of its allotted Nintendo Switch pre-orders.
GameStop said it sees this as a sign the Nintendo Switch is resonating with gamers. Senior vice president of merchandising Bob Puzon said the company is working with Nintendo to get additional units and “will let our customers know when they become available.”
Puzon encouraged interested customers to sign up for notifications on its website.
While GameStop has gone through its allotment, it’s still possible to pre-order a Nintendo Switch if you haven’t yet gotten one. We put together a Nintendo Switch pre-order guide to help you navigate the retail waters.