Nintendo Switch Release Date, News & Updates: Console was Demonstrated in 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon'; More Details Unveiled

By Ruffy , Updated Dec 09, 2016 06:42 AM EST

The Nintendo Switch was unveiled on the small screen for the first time during a recent episode of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Fans of Nintendo were able to get a better look of the console and with how it works as well.

The previous episode of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" showed a demonstration of the latest console from Nintendo. According to reports, the host first tried out the newest mobile app from the company title, "Super Mario Run," while being watched by the creator of the iconic game, Shigeru Miyamoto. After Jimmy Fallon gave the mobile for a spin, there was one more surprise left which is the demonstration of the Nintendo Switch.

The host was able to test "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" on the Nintendo Switch for the first time, and the game looks gorgeous on the big screen. After a while, the console was taken off from the dock and became a handheld device with the game still ongoing. "No, this thing is three- IT'S THREE CONSOLES IN ONE CONSOLE. I am FREAKING out," Jimmy Fallon exclaimed,

With the revelation of the Nintendo Switch, it has also confirmed some details about the console. According to reports, the Game Card slot and the 3.5mm audio jack can be located on the right side of the hardware. Meanwhile, the power button and the controller sync can be found on the left side of the Nintendo Switch. Behind the Joy-Cons, the controller of the device, a release button can be pressed in order to smoothly remove them. It also seems that a USB-C port is located at the bottom of the Nintendo Switch in order to charge the gadget or connect it to the television.

There is no exact release date yet for the Nintendo Switch, but it is expected to come out in March 2017. It is also possible that "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" may launch alongside the console.

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