A variety of multiplayer games and single-player games will be released on Switch this year with better support. Nintendo announced new Mario Party and WarioWare games and remakes of the first two Advance Wars games.
Although the original switch hardware is nearly five years old, it has proven itself because it is smart, well-built, and based on standards such as USBC and microSD.
The booth is an obvious flaw, and it’s great to see Nintendo redesign it in the new OLED version. I don’t recommend upgrading this new console for $349.99 just for support, but it will definitely make this deal more attractive.
If you often use the Switch on a handheld model or see yourself doing it, it would be ideal if Nintendo’s knowledge grows to a cheaper model, mainly due to the improvement of the stand. More advanced console. As the October 8th launch date gets closer, we may learn more about it.
Nintendo has just launched a new Nintendo Switch console, which brings some nice improvements to a console four years ago. The most noticeable is the larger 7-inch 720p OLED screen.
Still, it also has upgraded speakers, Microsoft Surfacelike support, 64GB internal storage, and a new docking station with a built-in Ethernet port.
Nintendo: Coverage of new console
Despite rumors to the contrary and no major CPU or RAM changes, the new switch does not support 4K graphics when plugged in to watch TV. It is very similar to the old one, and there is still a lot to learn.
The new Nintendo Switch with an OLED screen looks promising for those who want a bigger and brighter screen.
Worrying about it (despite the obvious lack of performance improvements internally), but I’m also very happy that Nintendo saw the really bad support of the original Switch.
Fragi is a stand that can be shaken. The new stand occupies one side of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet, which looks much better. On the back of the new Switch console, the supporting footrest is wider and extends to the tablet’s bottom to better support the weight.
Big screen, but no more changes
The Nintendo preview video shows an improved stand that supports custom settings, and it should provide you with more choices for a more comfortable experience. A variety of multiplayer and single-player games will be released on Switch this year, with better support.
— The Verge (@verge) July 6, 2021
At E3 2021, Nintendo announced new games Mario Party and WarioWare, and the first two Advance Wars games. It will also launch Metroid Dread on October 8, the same day the OLED switch is launched.
Although the original switch hardware has been around for nearly five years, it has proven itself because it is smart, well-made, and based on standards such as USBC and microSD.
The booth is an obvious flaw, and it’s great to see Nintendo redesign it in the new OLED version.
If you often use or see the Switch on a portable model, it is better to transfer Nintendo’s knowledge to a cheaper model, mainly due to the improvement of the stand. It would be weird to keep it for your advanced console. As the October 8th launch date gets closer, we may learn more about it.
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