As brilliant as the Switch Joy-Con is, it's flat on both sides, overly small when paired up with certain hands and can result in some serious cramps after prolonged sessions on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (trust us, we know). Much more comfortable options include the Pro Controller and even the GameCube pad.
Although we discovered Nintendo might be working on a more ergonomic Joy-Con design, if a recent patent filing is anything to go by, it appears to be restricted to the original Switch model. So what will Switch Lite owners do when their hands start to physically hurt after hours of gaming on the go?
The creator of the "GripCase", Skull and Co., has revealed it is working on an accessory designed exclusively for the Switch Lite, featuring removable grips. It means you'll be able to play games when you're out and about for a longer period of time, without having to worry about how your hands are holding up. Here's a teaser of this new accessory from Skull and Co's Instagram:
Skull and Co. has not yet revealed the price of this new grip case, but has said it is "coming soon". As can be seen above, the only colour shown so far is yellow. The Switch Lite launches next week on 20th September.
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