Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch, a new gaming device, is seen in this undated image released by Nintendo October 21, 2016. Reuters/Nintendo

The Nintendo Switch, which is scheduled for release in March 2017, might not come with the hefty pricetag that the tech world initially thought it would. However, one particular selling point -- the coinciding debut of “Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild” -- is no longer estimated to come with the device.

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When the announcement was made for the Nintendo Switch, players from all over got their first look at the highly anticipated console. Much like what was expected of it, the device is a hybrid one that players can take on the go, or dock at home. However, with the multiple features that it will evidently arrive with, analysts were quick to guess that it would cost a hefty sum.

Contrary to popular belief, the Nintendo Switch might not cost as much as initially speculated. This news, which has not been confirmed by Nintendo, is coming from a leak from Toys R Us Canada. The retailer mistakenly uploaded the price of the device on its online site and has since put the page down. If the leak is to be believed, however, the console will sell for CA$329.99 (AU$320).

The price, while not confirmed, does match an earlier estimate from Let’s Play Video Games. The publisher claimed that its sources from a UK-based retailer advised that the Nintendo Switch will be priced at £199.99 (AU$330).

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While the lower price is good news for interested buyers, there has been another development in relation to the Nintendo Switch that might not sit well with fans of “Legend of Zelda.” According to popular Nintendo tipster Emily Rogers, the localisation schedule for “Breath Of The Wild” will continue on until the year ends. However, the testing that will follow will take at least four to six months. If this is true, “Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild” will not be launched with the Nintendo Switch.