the Switch Pro It was popularized not so long ago as a mid-gen upgrade on the existing Switch console, which was launched in 2017.
Reports indicated that Nintendo was planning to release a more powerful variant with an improved display, but despite many sources seemingly supporting this – including developers who were apparently told – the Switch Pro was not imminent, and a version appeared to be arriving. OLED to indicate that another device update won’t be on the way for some time.
Now, the gang behind Digital Foundry claims the system was in Nintendo’s plans at one point, but was eventually scrapped. As of now, there are no plans to release a more powerful version of the Switch before its successor arrives.
This rumor has been confirmed to Digital Foundry by more than one unnamed developer.
As for Nintendo’s next console, Digital Foundry says we shouldn’t expect to see it next year.
Digital Foundry also speculates that Nintendo is “worried” about moving from Switch to its next system. It’s a reasonable assumption, given that Nintendo went from booming (with the Wii) to busting (with the Wii U) and back again with the Switch, but one would think the company would be wise enough to stick with the hybrid approach, given that it’s proven successful and is basically where it stands. own. But who knows?
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