2019 has been quite a busy year for the big players of the gaming industry namely, Google, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo with the next-gen consoles lined up. With so many exciting news coming out of the E3 2019 for gaming enthusiast, Gamescom 2019 brought us even more excitement with announcements on highly anticipated titles like Cyberpunk 2077, Death Stranding and more. With rivals like Google, Microsoft, and Sony, Nintendo has always been successful in keeping its cool and coming up with new ideas. The company announced many new ideas and upgrades for existing products this year including the recent ‘Ring fit Adventure’ fitness model, a system update to v29.0.0 for Switch, filed a patent for bendable joy-cons and many more. Here’s another good news for Nintendo fans out there: Nintendo Switch’s SNES Controller Is Now Available For Purchase.
Last week, during the Nintendo Direct live stream, the company announced the arrival of a few SNES games to its Switch Online service along with the removal of regular monthly games for SNES and NES. And now, the company is making it even better as it has announced a SNES controller.
The new SNES controller comes with additional features like the addition of small ZL and ZR buttons, as well as a USB-C port for charging. However, you’ll also be able to charge the controller with your Nintendo Switch AC adapter. The controller costs $29.99 for one piece.
One important thing to note here is that the official wireless SNES controller aren’t the only controllers for the Switch alongside Nintendo’s own Pro controller. Many third-party controllers that offer both a classic look as well as more advanced features.