Digital Foundry said that it spoke to developers who knew a Switch Pro was in the works. It would have been cancelled.

The story surrounding the Switch Pro was punctuated partly of 2020 and 2021, before Nintendo finally announced the Switch Oled with the exact same chip as the older models and only a few tweaks at the fringe.

According to the YouTube channel Digital Foundry, with its reputation being well established, the Switch Pro should have been actually released.

A switch with a long-sleeve body.

This is John Linneman, who was the author of Dark1x, and the producer of Digital Foundry, who speculates based on his sources: at some point, I think, speaking with developers, there was some kind of mid-level Switch update, and it seemed to be no longer the case.

According to him, from now on, Nintendo wouldn’t have plans for an improved version of the Switch anymore, but Japan’s company would concentrate on the next generation of consoles. Then he says that, as his opinion indicates, Nintendo is really nervous about the next generation, since their earlier transitions aren’t good. The Gamecube was a win-winner then there was the Wii that was a huge success then the Wii U that was a disaster.

Result. Everything would be the question of the firm behind Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda. What do we do as well as keeping everyone happy? asks Digital Foundry. There’s a chance that if they do more and better it may not have the same buzz, but if they stray too far from the concept, they might stray from their fans. A cruel dilemma. As a rule, the friends are betting on the fact that a launch in 2023 isn’t necessary and we’ll have to wait until at least 2024.

The next console, the first of which the company is at the heart of the company’s technology, will be launched with the current management of the company. The CEO, after the death of Satoru Iwata in 2015, changed the mind in 2018.

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