Nintendo is cutting the price of a single Joy-Con controller for the tweeted Friday. The new price takes effect Nov. 9, and applies to left Joy-Cons in neon blue and right Joy-Cons in neon red.from $50 down to $40, the company
It's unclear if the new pricing will apply to other colors, but I've asked Nintendo and will update if I hear back.
First introduced in 2017 and followed by, the Nintendo Switch is a handheld gaming system that doubles as a console you can connect with a television for full-screen play. The detachable Joy-Con controllers connect to each side of the device for traditional twin-stick controls, but you can also play some games by using a single Joy-Con as a mini-size wireless controller. That includes , which CNET's Scott Stein dubbed the best party game on the Switch, so having an extra Joy-Con on hand probably makes sense for a lot of gamers.
The price cut also follows nagging issues with Joy-Con drift, where certain controllers register false directional input. Nintendo faced a class-action lawsuit over the issue, and now .