Nintendo Switch: Planned Release Date, Unique Features & More Updates!

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 15, 2016 02:35 AM EST
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Pokemon Sun and Moon is the awaited game for the Nintendo 3DS, which was created by Nintendo Company that features three-dimensional interface and graphics. Now, the same company has developed a new console that adapts to any situation. These situations can be home-based or portable device.

Along with adaptability, it also supports multi-player interface on its own with the two sides of the screen, which is actually a gamepad. The newest update and upcoming release are making players rush up to save money to purchase the product firsthand.

What can buyers expect on Nintendo Switch?

According to the trailer from Nintendo, you can expect many things and features that come when the console will be released. The release date will be for the month of March. During the first six months, the games compatible with the said console will be released as well as NES games and others.

In addition to what was mentioned, other players that purchase this console soon can also link up to other players for a 4 versus 4 gameplay. Players and users need not buy their own console if they have a friend that owns it because they can play the game without buying the extra game pad. Moreover, the design of the console is compact enough to be carried everywhere you go, either traveling or visiting a friend's house, users and owners can bring it anywhere.

How much will the console cost?

Nintendo Switch will cost about $350. That is 100 more dollars worth compared from the Nintendo Wii console. Based on a report, the cost is much more, quite a reasonable one as well, but it might fail because it is pricier compared to PS4 and other consoles in competition with this one. The report can be viewed here. Lastly, players and Nintendo consumers will expect a great result from the portable yet home entertainment console during and after the time of the release date.

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