Does the Nintendo Switch need to rush out with a new model in 2021? The answer is yes, it would be a good idea, but they’ll survive as it seems that Nintendo Switch will be the only console maker with mobility in mind even when the Xbox and Playstation successors will launch later this year. This is a distinct advantage as people are becoming more tech savvy and kids are growing up iPads at the age 2 so it can seem from the young generation that going for traditional console style will not give them the freedom they are used to having from having Wi-Fi enabled tablets. The future is 5G and coverage needs to be a major obstacle. Completive multiplayer is a challenged to get to zero latency on the go. Playing on a fast Wi-Fi connection is the way to go. Yet, the Nintendo Switch is not perfect as many titles are holding back their potential as they need to scale down the resolution and textures to meet the graphical requirements of the system. Witcher 3 on the go sounds amazing, but scaled down for the Nintendo Switch sounds good. Now Witcher 3 on the go on a Nintendo Switch Pro, with new generation level graphics would be incredible. Dell has teased a portable that allows you to play games from your steam library. PC games are awesome, but you know what people would shell out their hard earned cash on? A Nintendo Switch Pro as Nintendo has AAA exclusive games that are not available on PC.
This is an unoffiical picture of what hte SwitchPro could look like. We are hoping for larger screen and higher resolution. That’s all. We are happy with Nintendo games and how much and how increasing the support has been with getting more games from 3rd party games on the Nintendo platform. While it’s fun to talk about the future of gaming, there equally as much fun with Nintendo Swith game selection of the present. Check out our currently available Switch games!