Bloomberg has posted a new article for Terminal Subscribers that details more information regarding the Nintendo Switch Pro, including some of its specs, performance expectations, and launch window.
Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.
The Nintendo Switch Pro will reportedly launch in Q4 2021 with expected sales of over 2 million in its launch window. Bloomberg compares the expected sales to be higher than the PS4 Pro. The hardware analyst forecasts that Nintendo will sell the new console above 20% of the current MSRP of the current-gen console.
Bloomberg also affirms that the performance of the Nintendo Switch Pro will be comparable to the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X. There is also the possibility that via NVDIA’s DLSS AI, the games could be upscaled to 4K resolutions. Nintendo is also planning to launch The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 as a launch title for the new system.
Back in September 2020, Nintendo reportedly informed its third-party development partners to produce future games on 4K. The new version of the Switch might use NVIDIA’s DLSS, a technique that uses AI to upscale games to higher resolutions.
There are also reports from the Economic Daily News that affirmed that Nintendo Switch Pro will launch in 2021. The Wall Street Journal also claimed in 2019, that the Japanese tech giant was planning a hardware revision with “enhanced featured targeted at avid gamers”.
Suikoden’s Producer, Writer, and Director Yoshitaka Murayama also slipped his tongue about the next-gen console when he affirmed in Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes‘ Kickstarter campaign that the RPG will launch for next-gen devices, PS5, Xbox Series X, and a next-gen Switch in 2022. There is also evidence of the Nintendo Switch Pro deep in the files of the Nintendo Switch’s Ver. 10.0.0.