Two New Nintendo Switch Consoles Arrive This Summer: Report

Posted: Mar 25 2019, 10:03am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Two New Nintendo Switch Consoles Arrive this Summer: Report

A WSJ report claims that two new Switch console variants are in the works.

Nintendo works on two new Nintendo Switch consoles says a report in the Wallstreet Journal. A Nintendo Switch Mini has been already rumored for a while. The new report claims that Nintendo would enhance the current Switch with more powerful features. If true then we could look at three Switch consoles as two new options join the original Switch.

The Nintendo Switch mini will not have the vibration feature and therefore likely have no removable Joy-Cons. The mini is likely a fully portable console with no option to play on a TV.

What exactly Nintendo will do to improve the Nintendo Switch 2 has not been detailed in the WSJ report.

New Nintendo Switch consoles could provide a new big push for the demand for Nintendo's platform.

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