Nintendo Switch Release Date, Online Services Possesses Certain Glitches

By Lilibeth C , Updated Jan 23, 2017 08:27 PM EST
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Nintendo has confirmed on their website that the Online Services which is offered to the owners of "Nintendo Switch" will soon be launched in fall of 2017. Yet, this services  raised many eyebrows as there have been many questions with regards to its online functionality.

Online gameplay, a voice chat app, and a lobby have been included in the offer as well as downloads for SNES or NES every month from Nintendo eShop. Gamerant reported that Nintendo has promised to clear out the glitches and do whatever they for the gamers to enjoy the online services.

Gamespot also reported that the Nintendo Switch is predicted to sell over 40 million units in 2020. As it is compared to Wii U console which sold 13.36 units compared to 100 million sold for the original Wii. However, long term prediction was not offered by Nintendo.

DFC confirmed that on March, 2 million units will be available in the market worldwide with an expected less than 10 titles which may offer a fresh start to the console. This strategy can also help attract many gamers especially during the last holiday season.

Nintendo Switch may receive issues and concerns whether or not it may give a big hit, Analyst Dr. Serkan Toto said that believing their Nintendo fans is enough. "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" have already attracted gamers due to its attractive visuals.

"Fighting Game Arms" has also received a positive response that can also add to the attraction of the console. Gamers can finally experience Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2017.

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