If you are a gamer and haven’t yet invested in a next-gen Nintendo console due to factors such as not having enough money due to investing in the latest Xbox and PlayStation consoles, then now just may be the perfect time. According to a report from Japan’s newspaper, Nikkel, a smaller and more geared for portable play version of the Nintendo Switch is set to arrive on shelves this Fall. There were also reports of a more powerful version of the Nintendo Switch coming as well, but apparently has been pushed back to the first quarter of 2020 instead.
Now, what would make this Nintendo Switch different from the current version? The removable Joy-Cons that came with the original console will likely be swapped out along with a swap of the current 6.2-inch LCD screen for a smartphone-sized screen. Also, according to Nikkel, the smaller Switch console will still be able to connect your televisions like its predecessor, but for an added bonus, presumably it would be able to support a variety of wireless controllers.
There’s no word on a confirmed date and price for the upcoming Switch remodel console, but be sure to keep it locked with True Urban Culture for an update on this story as well as all dope gaming news.