Select retailers will soon start selling Nintendo-licensed memory cards for Switch. The cards will be displayed next to the console starting in October. The cards will come in two versions: 64 GB and 128 GB.
Select stores will start stocking 64 GB and 128 GB versions od Nintendo-licensed memory cards for Switch in October. The microSDXC cards will feature the Nintendo Switch and SanDisk logos.
"Western Digital is a global leader in memory storage, and its SanDisk brand microSD cards are trusted by consumers around the world," said Tom Prata, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. "These new Nintendo-licensed memory cards provide significant additional storage for digital content, and in many retail locations they will be conveniently displayed alongside Nintendo Switch games and accessories."
"As more and more amazing games and related content become available for download on Nintendo Switch, our licensed memory cards allow users to quickly and easily expand their storage" said Sven Rathjen, Vice President of Product Marketing, Client Solutions, Western Digital.
Nintendo Switch gives its players the option to beef up their system’s built-in storage. Since the Switch library will only grow in the future, additional storage will enable players to download more digital games and content. Also, a microSD card will be needed for certain Nintendo Switch games that contain an especially large amount of content and require additional storage.
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