Nintendo Switch 2 Report Leaks First Details on Next Nintendo Console

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imageAccording to a new report, [Nintendo](/category/nintendo/) is working on a [Nintendo Switch](/category/nintendo-switch/) successor that will release sometime between holiday 2022 and early 2023.Throughout this year, and throughout last year, Nintendo fans heard from a wide range of sources — including many that are typically reliable — that Nintendo was working on a Nintendo Switch Pro and that it would be revealed this year.This didn’t happen.Rather, Nintendo revealed the Nintendo Switch OLED, which is an upgrade on the base model of the Nintendo Switch, but hardly a “Nintendo Switch Pro.” That said, if a new report is to be believed, this may be because Nintendo has scrapped plans for a console revision in favor of releasing an entirely new Nintendo Switch successor.The new report comes from Nate the Hate over on YouTube, a Nintendo insider and leaker that has proven reliable in the past, but a source that has also been off the mark in the past as well.As noted, the report mentions that a release is roughly a year away, give or take a few months.If this is true, an announcement should be coming somewhat soon.In addition to leaking the console and its release window, the report also mentions that it currently isn’t backwards compatible with Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED games, but Nintendo is apparently working to remedy this.

Adding to this, it’s claimed the console will support 4K through Nvidia DLSS, which in turn suggests it won’t be far off from the PS5 and Xbox Series X specs-wise, though how it would achieve this while being a portable machine and maintaining a friendly price-point is unclear.In terms of salient information, the report doesn’t divulge much else of note other than claiming that development kits for the console started going out to studios and developers last year, which may explain why we’ve been hearing so much about a “Nintendo Switch Pro” since 2020.

[0comments] All of that said, take everything here with a grain of salt.Not only is everything here 100 percent unofficial, but it’s also subject to change.

In other words, all of this could be accurate right now, but that doesn’t mean it will stay that way.Things constantly change in game development, and the same goes for console development.For more coverage on all things Nintendo and all things Nintendo Switch — including all of the latest news, rumors, leaks, speculation, and deals — click here ..

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