As the biggest gaming industry event approaches, Bloomberg reports that news of the upgraded Nintendo Switch console will be announced shortly. The publication says Nintendo will assemble a new model as early as July and an improved console will be on the shelves between September and October this year, thanks to sources familiar with the matter. Stated. Interestingly, the new Switch Pro is set to replace the current original model at some point, and reports show that the Switch we know and love will eventually be phased out. It can be expected that it will be abolished.
In terms of pricing, Bloomberg reports that upgraded switches are likely to come with higher price tags due to a global shortage of semiconductors and will be sold with the already available Nintendo Switch Lite. I will. It was previously discussed that the new model accommodates a new 7-inch OLED screen and has 4k capabilities. Read a previous post on this here.
With the E3 just around the corner, listening to the news of this new, improved and revised version of Nintendo’s hybrid console isn’t entirely out of the question. But as always, you have to wait for Nintendo to contact you.