With this release schedule for new hardware and Nintendo Switch having just marked its highest sales in its fourth year on the market, we do not have plans to announce a new model.
this will also drive increasing demand for a second system among the Nintendo Switch family of systems
for sales to grow even further, we will need to communicate the appeal of Nintendo Switch as a video game system to people who have not yet bought one as a result of our past initiatives.
Imagine a Switch with a 1080p oled type display that plays at 60 fps and at 2160p/30 fps docked and 4-6 hours of realistic battery life in demanding games.Of all console makers Nintendo is the one I want to design cutting edge hardware the most.
They are 2 generations behind the competition graphics wise now.
Well that's the issue with launching with archaic hardware - regardless of whether people like the software, people are speculating and wanting new hardware less than four years into the lifecycle.Oh man, you guys have to give this Switch Pro stuff a rest and just enjoy the damn console that you have!
What could have Nintendo done differently for a Switch launch in early 2017 that wouldn't have negatively impacted the battery life or price?Well that's the issue with launching with archaic hardware - regardless of whether people like the software, people are speculating and wanting new hardware less than four years into the lifecycle.
I am very hopeful of Nintendo unveiling a significant upgrade, with the name being Super Nintendo Switch. It's too perfect a name.
Maybe this is why they've been holding back on the Metroid Prime 4 information? I sure hope so.