Nintendo Switch Specs Reveal Another Big Feature Aside From Battery Power; WWE Champion John Cena Tours US For Switch Promo
Nintendo Switch has recently been unboxed by the YouTuber GameXplain noting that the Nintendo Switch comes with a battery that may last up to 40 hours off a single charge. The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller may also be plugged into the console via USB and will automatically sync thereafter. Moreover, John Cena has been taken by Nintendo to help promote the hybrid console in the USA.
Controller And Console Syncing Revolutionized
Previously, gamers had to open up a menu on the screen and press a tiny red button to sync a controller with the console. Now, the Nintendo Switch comes with an automatic sync feature that allows gamers to use the controllers on the console immediately upon attaching via USB cable, My Nintendo News reported. In addition, Nintendo Switch owners may also press the sync button on the controller as a second option.
The Nintendo Switch is expected to launch in the upcoming week with several launch titles including "1-2 Switch," "Just Dance 2017" and "Snipper Clips--Cut it Out, Together!" Hit titles like "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is expected to help promote the Nintendo Switch in the market. Other games coming to the Nintendo Switch upon launch are "Skylanders Imaginators," "Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment" and "Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove."
John Cena To Make An Appearance On The First Nintendo Switch Pop-Up Event
In other news, Nintendo has gotten the help of the 16-time WWE world champion Cena to help in promoting the Nintendo Switch for one of the three-location US tour. It has been revealed that Cena would be on-hand during the first pop-up event for the Nintendo Switch at the Blue Cloud Movie Ranch in California on Feb. 23, IGN reported. The event is slated to promote "1-2 Switch" as well.
Nintendo Switch has already been noted for its versatility which is said to be seen in the actor as well. It should be noted that Cena is into both wrestling and acting. The second day of the Nintendo Switch road trip is on Feb. 27 at the Snowmass ski Resort, Aspen and the last is on Mar. 3 at the Madison Square Park in NYC. In the meantime, watch a before you buy review of the console below: