Nintendo fans might get a Nintendo Switch successor by 2024 second half, development kits have been forwarded to studios

Recent reports have asserted that Nintendo plans on introducing Switch’s successor hardware by 2024 second half. The company wants to ensure stock availability on the first day of the launch.

In this regard, rumors are of the view that the concerned authorities have already sent development keys to third-party studios.

According to reports the upcoming next-gen consoles would be capable of functioning in portable mode just like Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo might also switch to an LCD screen instead of the much popular OLED. This would cut down the costs of the consoles. The catch is to invest more in storage as higher fidelity games require immense storage capacity.

The present Nintendo Switch provides only 32 GB of Internal Storage. But, most of the popular PlayStation and Xbox games amount to up to 100 GB.

The new-gen Nintendo consoles would also feature cartridge slots, which will let ‘physical games’ function. Moreover, it is supposed to be a hybrid console.

Nintendo’s market rates are expected to fall this year. The hardware domain is where Nintendo would tend to suffer losses this year. Thus, to battle these possibilities, Nintendo plans on introducing new hardware, the next-gen console.

History points out that Nintendo mostly launches hardware mid-cycle, deviating from what PlayStation or Xbox does.

Nintendo authorities are also concerned that they might not be able to convince their family-oriented fans, who like to stick to old hardware.


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