Nintendo Switch: “Nintendo Switch”, one of the most awaited gaming console, will be released on March 12 in the US. And as per Forbes, the console could cost $299. The device is both portable and living room console.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima gave a hint about the price point during a recent earnings call as per Forbes: “Regarding the price, as we have been saying, we are, in principle, not planning to sell it at a loss. We would like a wide variety of consumers to enjoy Nintendo products, and we would also like to think in terms of consumersʼ expectations for our products.”
Nintendo Switch Release Date:
According to freelance video game writer Laura Kate Dale, who claims to have an industry source, Nintendo Switch will be launched in March 2017.
Being told March 17th is currently planned Switch launch day in PAL, will release worldwide that same week but not same date all regions.
— Laura Kate Dale (@LaurakBuzz) November 2, 2016
Nintendo Switch Price:
The publication reports that the Wii U debuted at $300, and the Wii debuted at $250, based on that they are speculating that the Nintendo Switch is likely to cost something around $299.
Nintendo Switch Specification:
GameRants reports, Nintendo Switch will sport a 6.2-inch multi-touch screen, that’ll respond to multi-touches on the screen. This will only make it easier for multiplayer games. Games that are compatible with “Nintendo 3DS” and “Nintendo Wii U” thanks to the 720p resolution screen. Nintendo Switch would also feature a custom Tegra Chip from NVIDIA that’ll ensure smooth graphics experience.
We already know that Nintendo Switch is aiming for mobile gamers and several third-party developers have already announced their support for the console, including big names like Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA, Activision, et al.
Nintendo Switch Gaming Titles:
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot praises the Nintendo Switch on a FaceBook post and hinted an upcoming title that’ll surprise gamers. “With the Switch’s unique capacities and design, Nintendo could again redefine the way we play games! The Switch is accessible at its core and will give people the freedom and the pleasure to share more experiences and play anywhere at anytime. The Ubisoft teams developing games for the Switch are inspired by these new possibilities, and I’m really happy that we’re able to continue doing great things with Nintendo. In addition to Just Dance 2017, I think there’s at least one game that will definitely surprise you!” Guillemot said.