Nintendo has announced a new line of pastel Joy-Con controllers.
The Pastel Pink/Pastel Yellow and Pastel Purple/Pastel Green sets will launch on June 30.
The follow-up to 1-2-Switch, which was a launch title for Nintendo’s latest console, features “a host of weird and wonderful minigames”, according to the platform holder.
“In those games, you’ll use your Joy-Con controller or smart device in fun and unique ways, earning points for your team. In time-honoured fashion, the team with the most points gets to claim the glory!”
Customise your #NintendoSwitch with these new Joy-Con controller colours, coming 30/06!
►Pastel Pink/Pastel Yellow
►Pastel Purple/Pastel Green pic.twitter.com/gWFLvadczn
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) June 2, 2023
Nintendo announced last month that it will repair all Joy-Con controllers suffering from drift in the UK and European Economic Area, even if they’re out of warranty.
The only exceptions to this are if the issue has been caused by a third-party accessory, if it has been caused by accidental damage or negligence, or if someone has already opened up the controller to try to fix the stick.
Last month, Nintendo reported a slowdown in Switch console sales but suggested it won’t launch any new hardware before April 2024.
Nikkei Asia subsequently claimed to have been informed by a source close to Nintendo that work on the company’s next console appears to be going smoothly.