Nintendo Switch Release Date, News & Update: Nintendo NX March Launch Confirmed; Console Better Than PS4 Pro? More Specs, Features, Details Revealed

By Tim Armstrong , Updated Oct 26, 2016 08:09 AM EDT

Nintendo NX is now called Nintendo Switch by the Japanese gaming manufacturer and fans could no longer wait for it to arrive in the market. According to reports, the goal of Nintendo is to create a gaming console that would provide a different gaming experience to its players.

For almost a year, Nintendo NX has been a favorite subject of numerous rumors and speculations all over the Internet. Now that the company has finally revealed Nintendo Switch, the question fans are asking is what this device is and what it can offer to consumers.

As of the moment, not a lot of people know about the new Nintendo Switch; however, the company has just released a teaser of what it is really all about. According to Martyn Gibbs, the GAME Digital CEO, Nintendo has created a new technology that will give gaming fans all over the world an interesting way of playing. It is also a way for the company to approach the changing market where new technology pops up every now and then. Nintendo Switch will also give the Japanese tech firm the opportunity to cater to a much larger audience.

"Switch is clearly taking some of the best features of handheld and home consoles and merging them into a fantastic new way to play," Gibbs explained Nintendo Switch. "We will be bringing more details to our customers as soon as possible."

According to the report, Nintendo Switch will allow fans to enjoy their favorite game title "wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose." The new device has the same power as the regular home console but can work as a handheld gaming system, which gives users the opportunity to play with it anywhere. The new portable gaming device is expected to be better than the disappointing Wii U.

Nintendo Switch is expected to hit the shelves in March 2017. Stay tuned for more news and updates about its upcoming launching.

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