GameCube Controllers Are Apparently Coming To The Nintendo Switch?

PowerA has created GameCube controllers for the Nintendo Switch. Mew_The_Creator, a user on Reddit.com, says he saw new designs for the controllers at the establishment he works for. He claims,

“Nintendo sent them to our facility to produce product layout for stores so the actual controllers aren’t in there, but the product is confirmed.”

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Credit to Mew_The_Creator

PowerA is producing some newly designed Mario controllers. These controllers seem to stem from wireless and wired controllers. They even resemble Nintendo’s pro controller line-up which is different compared to the GameCube controller image.

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Credit to Mew_The_Creator

We haven’t received any information about the controllers launch date, pricing, or other designs yet. I’m hoping we’ll get controllers for Metroid, Smash Bros., and maybe Pokemon considering their possible appearance at E3 2018. It would also be interesting to see if we’ll receive a GameCube Nintendo Switch pro controller or GameCube Joy-Cons too. I’ll update you all with a new article if anything pops up from this news report.

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