Nintendo will begin offering packages of the neon green/ neon pink set of Joy-Con controllers that were initially included solely with the limited-edition Splatoon 2 version of the Switch launched last August, as spotted by SlashGear. Nintendo announced the news by means of Twitter on Friday, telling customers to anticipate the set to be offered in shops later on this month. No rate was announced, but they'll likely cost the very same $79.99 that other Joy-Con sets expense. Nintendo likewise hasn't stated whether or not they'll be selling the brand-new colors as specific controllers, like it makes with the neon red and neon blue colors. Technically, the neon green and pink colors were offered as standalone purchases in Japan and Europe before now, but this marks the very first time US Switch owners have had the ability to choose them up without importing them globally. The standalone variations likewise have their colors reversed from the pair bundled with Splatoon 2, letting owners of that console construct a set with matching colors if they believe it deserves the money.Keep your #NintendoSwitch looking fresh when you play #Splatoon 2 with these new Neon Pink and Neon Green Joy-Con controllers! Look for them in stores later on this month. pic.twitter.com/NWZlMIG2q0!.?.!— Nintendo of America(@NintendoAmerica) January 5, 2018 Personally, I'm pretty
delighted about the news. I own the neon blue/ neon red set that featured my Switch, and-- unlike the neon yellow option introduced last April-- the 2 colors in the green/ pink set will let me have four differently colored individual Joy-Con controllers for Mario Kart tournaments.