Codenamed Nintendo NX, Nintendo Switch is scheduled to become available on March next year. This hardware is a unique combination of hand-held and home-based console. While waiting for launching, let's check out all of the confirmed games of Nintendo Switch.
Based on Nintendo's previous projects and console's first trailer, we've compiled all of the games that are coming to Nintendo Switch. Some of the confirmed games are The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild, Sega's Project Sonic 2017, Square Enix's Dragon Quest XI, and Ubisoft's Just Dance 2017.
In Switch's first trailer, gamers had a glimpse of other titles from first and third parties. However, Nintendo and other game publishers have not yet confirmed these as full Switch games, but they might be included in the system.
Gamers might be able to play new Super Mario game and new Mario Kart game. Also, Splatoon might have a version for Nintendo Switch. For RPG fans, Skyrim remastered could land on the new system also. For two-player games, there's a possibility that NBA 2K17 might be ported to the system.
Interstingly, Euro Gamer reported there are problems on the development of Project Cars for Wii, so the development team might shift its focus to Nintendo's next system instead.
The Verge previously published that Nintendo Switch uses game cartridges or GameCards. These cards can be inserted into the main Switch Console, which can then connect to a TV via the Switch Dock. For mobile play, gamers can directly insert the GameCards into the controllers.
According to tech experts, the use of GameCards is a good strategy for Nintendo's 2-in-1 gadget. Games on cartridges are more portable than optical dics. In addition, they are tougher and harder to pirate.
For specs, Nvidia said Nintendo Switch is powered by custom Tegra processor. Plus, the high-efficiency chip is coupled with NVIDIA GPU based on the same architecture. These internal components will definitely boost the hybrid console's gaming performance.
The price of the Nintendo Switch is still unknown, but we expect the Japanese gaming company will reveal it early next year. Gaming analysts say the hybrid console is poised to go head-to-head against the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In order to make huge impact, a report Wall Street Journal says Nintendo's new console need to have support from leading game makers like Electronic Arts, Activision Blizzard and Take-Two Interactive.
Stick with us for more update about Nintendo Switch's games.