Nintendo Switch has been priced at $300 and will be available starting March 3. NIntendo

Nintendo Switch restocks are slowly popping up as stock from the console’s launch has long since dried up. Tech enthusiast website Tom’s Hardware received word from Toys "R" Us representatives that more units will be available in stores March 25.

Citing an email from a retailer representative named Meaghan, she says “we are receiving new shipments of Nintendo Switch this Saturday, March 25. We recommend customers get in line early, as we expect these units to be snapped up quickly when the doors open at 9 a.m.”

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Because the email mentions opening times and getting in line, it’s safe to assume this restock has only been confirmed for Toys "R" Us’ physical storefronts. That being said, similar to the GameStop shipment earlier in the week, it’s not impossible for some Switches to be sold online too. There just aren’t any details on that front provided by the source. In that case, you may want to check out the official locator and call your nearest store about incoming availability.

Nintendo Switch has sold more than 1.5 million consoles worldwide since its launch March 3. Due to increased consumer demand, Nintendo has announced plans to double Switch production. Given the recent restocks happening nationwide, gamers might already be seeing the fruit of those labors.

Nintendo Switch is available now, for $299. Its flagship game, The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild was reviewed five out of five stars by our colleagues at iDigitalTimes.

Do you plan to buy a Nintendo Switch from Toys "R" Us tomorrow? Are your stores getting restocked? Tell us in the comments section!