If you’ve ever tried to pick your favorite Nintendo Switch skin from the plethora of skins available, you may have noticed some of them are the same as those from the Wii U and 3DS, with the same skin types and textures.
This has been a bit of a problem in recent months, as many of the best Nintendo Switch skins are the exact same as their Wii U counterparts.
We wanted to know how to get the most out of the Nintendo Switch Switch skins, so we created this guide for you.
If you’re looking for a better way to choose your favorite skin, here are some of our favorite skin picking tips to help you pick the best one for you: 1.
Switch Skin Types To pick the skin that will suit your preferences, you’ll need to know the type of Switch you’re using.
While there are plenty of skin types, there are some common skin types that you’ll find in many of Nintendo’s Switch skins: The New Nintendo 3DS XL, the New Nintendo 4, the Nintendo 5, and the New Super Mario Bros. U all have the same New Nintendo skin, while the New 3DS skin is an homage to the original New Nintendo hardware.
However, there is a slight variation on the New3DS skin, and that’s why we recommend you only pick one skin type.
You may have to make some tweaks to your skin selection depending on your specific Switch, but these guidelines will help you with your selection.
Switch skins with different skin types are not compatible with each other.
Switch skin types do not always match Nintendo’s skin types.
Some skins are slightly different from each other, while others are completely identical.
For example, the Super Mario 4 skin has a darker shade of green than the New 4 skin, so it may be difficult to pick one that will fit your skin type perfectly.
Switch 3DS and 3D skin types have the exact color and texture of the same texture as their Nintendo 3D counterparts.
The same goes for New 3ds and New 3D.
Switchs with different color variations also don’t necessarily match each other in terms of color and overall appearance.
Switch 2 and 3 skin types may be slightly different than Switch 2 or 3.
Switch Color variants are different between the New 2 and New 2DS skins, which may make picking a skin that fits your skin style more difficult.
Switch color variants are often not compatible.
Switch Colors may differ depending on the region.
For more details on skin colors and skin type differences, check out our article on the difference between Switch skins and Nintendo 3ds skins.
The Switch 3D and New3D skins have slightly different color and shading.
Switch 4 and New 4 are slightly differently colored.
Switch 5 and New 5 are slightly slightly different.
Switch 6 and New 6 are slightly lighter.
Switch 7 and New 7 are slightly darker.
Switch 8 and New 8 are slightly warmer.
Switch 9 and New 9 are slightly cooler.
Switch 10 and New 10 are slightly more yellowish.
Switch 11 and New 11 are slightly reddish.
The New 3Ds skin has the exact skin color as its New 3rd-generation Nintendo 3d-clone cousin, while Switch 2 is slightly lighter and has a slightly more muted green hue.
Switch’s 2nd-generation 3D-clone has a very similar skin tone to its 3rdgen counterpart, so choosing one with the exact colors of its 3D counterpart is not necessary.
Switch Switch’s New 3d skin is slightly darker than its 3ds counterpart, but it also has a lighter shade of pink and purple.
Switch is slightly cooler than its 2ndgen counterpart.
Switch has a more yellow-green color scheme than its New 2d skin.
Switch was introduced in September 2017.
Switch first released in October 2017, while Nintendo’s New 2s release in October 2016.
Switch releases in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia in 2018.
New Nintendo and New Nintendo 2 skins are not available in Europe or Asia.
Nintendo Switch 2s, which have been updated with New 3s skin variants, are available in the U.K. and Australia.
New 3 skins are available from December 2019 to March 2020.
Switch XL skins are released in late 2019.
Switch New 3 skin is available in April 2020.
New 2XL skins are introduced in late 2020.
The Nintendo Switch 3ds skin is not compatible, but the New New 3skin has been discontinued and can be purchased for free in the Nintendo eShop.
Switch2 skin is only available in North America.
New New 2 skin is sold exclusively to Nintendo fans.
New N skin is limited to Nintendo users in Japan.
New 4 and 4XL skin are available exclusively to fans in Japan and Taiwan.
New 5 and 5XL skin were introduced in October 2018.
The 4XL and 5 XL skin are also exclusive to fans.
Nintendo 3s and 3s XL skins have been discontinued.
Nintendo 4s and 5s