More recently Sports News.biz, various analysts make predictions about the major trends for this year's sector and potential issues. With Nintendo currently doing pretty well with the usual changes, last year exclusively managed by Swing Lite and software, the idea is split from industry viewers with Nintendo's plans for 2020 and the old & # 39; Top & # 39;
Critics say that with the current models being sold well, Nintendo has no reason to waste water and has introduced the third SKU alongside the standard model and the Burnch Lite. The company had a very successful 2019 holiday and made hay while the sunshine was all well and good, but they will also want to keep up the momentum.
And let's talk frankly: Change it is which starts to get longer in dogs
This time next year there will be none, though two a shiny new light from Sony and Microsoft competing in the marketplace. While Nintendo has been keeping the console out for many years now and successfully carving out its hybrid niche with a switchch aimed at many gamers, the simple fact is that holiday shoppers will have a whole new set of options to choose from. December 2020. Nearby, OG Switch may start to look normal or, worse, it's old.
And let's talk frankly: Change it is starting to get longer in the teeth, at least in terms of the fast-paced game industry. The Console will soon enter its third year after its launch in March 2017, and its main components were built and completed long before that. Last year & # 39; s update of the standard module improved battery life and efficiency (as well as closing the existing security hole in the original SoC or & # 39; system on the chip & # 39;), but there is still room for big changes. Our OG version works well, but as a portable system it has taken a knock here and there – it wouldn't have taken much to consider a wrist upgrade.
Although no software announcements have been announced for the end of 2020 yet – we are still waiting for the first Nintendo Direct of 2020 – we are confident that Nintendo will have a solid game to offer this holiday season, but to no avail indeed like a shiny new hardware. We're all looking forward to it Bayonetta 3, but it will pair even better with a whole new twist, no?
Variable features of & # 39; Pro & # 39; – what's the rumor?
There is no doubt in my mind that Nintendo will introduce "Switch Pro" by 2020, my guess is $ 399. Specifically, I predict 4K support, larger cartridge sizes, and custom-made parts. I also think the device will unveil it after the summer holidays to deal with the release of the PS5 and the next gen Xbox of the year – as well as the first game, the program seller.
It should be noted that he also predicted the & # 39; Pro & # 39; last year over Lite, so it's no surprise that he's doubling the same forecast by 2020.
A separate report from the Taiwan website DigiTimes He also pointed out that the change model & # 39; Pro & # 39; is scheduled for mid-2020 and will be produced in Q1. While the details at the bottom of this report are hard to pin down and come from "sources from supply-related sales", Nvidia & # 39; s Tegra chip earnings and Nintendo & # 39; s switchch inventory & # 39; anonymous fund manager & # 39; PiranhaCapital suggests that both companies prepare themselves something Hardware related this year.
The aforementioned features will prove interesting to game lovers who would like to see Swingch compete directly with the competition, as long as we can enable more third-party support for the Nintendo system, but it's always wise to have a pinch of salt ready when the Nintendo rumors arrive. Every round of the console is optional at this time Nintendo meets race specs arm. Remember when Swingch had to have twice the power of PS4? Or is it almost like an Xbox One game?
So, bearing in mind the wishful thinking and negative enthusiasm, we thought we would look at these predictions and ask you dear people what exactly seek from this ephemeral Switch & # 39; Pro & # 39; First we'll look at them individually (along with the additional additions we've added to the wish list) and below you'll find voting questions where you can vote on things to enjoy with the new Switch SKU.
We start with a feature that we believe would be very difficult for Nintendo to uninstall …
4K release (suspended) or increased resolution
Of course, it would be great, or we doubt how much Ultra HD is in reality on Switch now. The absenteeism and acceptance of UHD television means that it's hard to find a new set for that TV it is not 4K, but offering three pixels of HD & # 39; tech hell, which is a portable console sounds inaccessible – or more accurately inaccessible – right now.
we would argue that the best we can hope for with the increase in resolution is likely to promote moderately compelling games with powerful solutions near the current 1080p size.
A small increase in resolution may occur. Standard conversion effects reach 1080p when set, although most good games fail when that resolution and the console's handheld screen is only 720p. We think that the current switchch screen retains a lot of gratitude due to the slowdown, even though the kick in 1080p would not fit well, especially if the screen itself grew in size (see below).
If you split Switch it still looks good as a catch on 55-inch TVs and big-screen TVs, but maybe there's room for improvement through some of the climbing tactics used by some of the current genres to navigate its way to 4K. It looks awkward given the company's historical status, but if it was intended to somehow get & # 39; 4K & # 39; t a new switch (the following Sony and Microsoft plans promise traditional UHD out-of-the-box), the only solution would be to load it. reset 4K signal output to an integrated deck that can hold 4K lift while keeping the main console cool.
That may introduce latency issues that may need to be overcome. We are still frustrated, but it can work.
More powerful CPU
Standard Switch Switch and Switch Switch Lite both use the updated & # 39; Mariko & # 39; s version of the Nvidia & # 39; s Tegra X1 which draws less power and therefore works better when providing better battery life. Standard functionality is not improved over the boot version by any means, though the chip is more capable.
Change & # 39; Pro & # 39; may affect this unused minimum capacity (repeat, youngest) upgrading or Nintendo could replace it with a more powerful replacement is unclear, or the earlier option probably makes more sense at this time. Living in a real-world environment, we would argue that the best we can hope for in terms of increased resolution may be modestly promoting games with dynamic resolution near the current size of 1080p.
As we mentioned above, if 4K didn't turn into Nintendo's death or death plan, it would make more sense to incorporate 4K enhanced technology and improve the console itself through the minor tweaks and materials used for that & # 39; earnings & # 39; .
Speaking of …
Body of magnesium alloy
Sounds hot, no? Replacing the current plastic chassis with steel can enhance the structural integrity (preventing any cracks as seen by other owners) and give the console the & # 39; premium & # 39; pure. At the same time longer and more efficient, the magnesium gas casing suggests that this toy is a complex, versatile game. Of course, the standard model that's fine, but nothing is heavier than iron. Except maybe chromed iron.
Alternatively, add different colors and who can resist? Spice Orange, who? It's hard, isn't it?
The bezel is shortened by the screen
One obvious way to give the new SKU a premium feel would be to reduce the black bezel around the screen, resulting in a more physical appearance while maintaining the same size of the current model. The 1080p screen would add this boost nicely, though we would take the size increase with another 720p screen.
Even the smallest mobile devices boast screens with over-the-counter solutions and 720p Lite switches, and it's possible that switching to one with multiple pixels wouldn't be too expensive from a production standpoint (in fact, it could be true cheap depending on the supply and demand and available materials), even though it is natural it will work in concert with a CPU boost.
Of course, a larger screen will affect battery life, but we would take that to be like helping read all the little irresistible text that goes into the switch ports.
Wireless sound right out of the box
The fact that the Switch has a standard 3.5mm audio jack should be commended as a completely discreet, functional installation. However, the fact is that wireless headphones are becoming more common these days and as a mobile device by 2020, the lack of Switchch support is highlighted as a major oversight. Many companies offer third-party solutions with USB-C dongles that work admirably, but any modified version should pack in this tech and remove the need to carry the current one. another gadget around above our phone, charger, AirPod case, Switch, charger, Kindle, charger, etc., etc.
And audio-related, the built-in microphone and Dolby Digital support wouldn't be a bad idea, either.
Another rumor in the original Switch that was never made flesh, the ability to play your portable internet when you're out and without access to Wi-Fi would be great. With 5G slowly rolling out it makes more sense for switchch to incorporate technology, especially in the Nintendo world. With operations such as Google & # 39; s Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud bank on enhanced networks in the coming years, and Nintendo is looking to expand its online offering with Nintendo Switch Internet, indeed play anywhere can be a recognizable character space in the list of improved Switch symbols.
Alternatively, the desktop & # 39; s inactive, & # 39; desktop & # 39;
We already have a fixed switch-that-switch, so why not a home-bound version? Size change & # 39; desktop & # 39; it may seem inaccessible, but by solving the internal problems of leveraging all of the miniaturized technology in Nintendo's console form it can use cheaper materials to achieve the 4K effect and improved speed that some of us want without having to charge $ 600 +.
There's a debate that re-installing the switch gimmick after the unchanging switchch Lite will be unproductive, and we don't even want to start thinking about how Nintendo can get closer to sharing the game between a standard hybrid, portable and SKU console that stays under your watch, but stuff you don't know they happened.
Inactive change? Done once, so why not?
Change & # 39; Pro & # 39; – So what would happen you looking for?
So, out of all those possible plans, which ones might interest you to upgrade from your current Switch? Is the hardware-friendly approach to the lines of the mobile business model appealing to you, even if you prefer the 5 (ish) cycle – which we are now familiar with for free video game? Let us know your thoughts by answering the questions below and looking at who you are as a couple indeed interested in:
Thanks for voting in polling places. Do you have any other ideas? We kept things very simple and never discussed the & # 39; Elite & # 39; Joy-Con, unique accessories or software that the & # 39; New & # 39; Nintendo Switch. Let us know what you'd like to see in the future by commenting below.