Nintendo has officially announced their new gaming console. Dubbed as Nintendo Switch the console is designed to let you play the games anywhere as long as you’re comfortable with the place. The console can be played on your TV or can be detached to be taken outside your house.
Underneath the heart, the new gaming console from Nintendo packs a custom Nvidia Tegra processor which separately makes use of its own gaming API known as NVN which will help developers to get the best out of it. In case you’re wondering the new Nintendo Switch basically comes with a block with an HD screen which basically looks like a tablet. The new slab from Nintendo is what you connect it to the Nintendo Switch Dock, the Dock then can be connected to your TV. Users can make use of the unique controller from Nintendo which they prefer to call Joy-Con. The controller can either be plugged into the HD display or into the Joy-Con accessories known as Joy-Grip to mimic a control like experience. You also can simply eject the display from the slot and attach the Joy-Con controller to transform it into a portable hand-held console.
The “big” display slab can also be easily placed on the table for the sake of your hands, thanks to the kickstand it comes with.What’s impressive and fun is that the Joy-Con controller comes with a similar design, which basically allows you to play the game with your friend with one of the each controllers. That’s not the only thing the console has to offer you, users can also easily connect their Nintendo Switch console to each other and play multiplayer games with two or more people. If you think that the Joy-Con controller doesn’t fit your needs you could simply purchase a separate standard controller, which Nintendo dubs it as a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller(whew! that’s some name).
If in case you’re thinking that the console won’t be able to handle much of a graphic intensive title then you’re absolutely targeting the wrong console as Nintendo’s console aren’t quite popular for the Triple-A titles. However, the company has already announced the list of 48 developers who are currently working on games for the console. And surely you’ll get the taste of Nintendo’s own classic titles including Mario Kart and Zelda. The Nintendo Switch will officially go on sale from March 2017.