The Nintendo Switch 2 would benefit from backwards compatibility, which will allow players to not “lose” their Switch games. They would also benefit from a graphics improvement thanks to the processing power of the future Nintendo console.
On March 3, the Nintendo Switch will celebrate its seventh birthday. A fairly symbolic anniversary since it is generally the year during which a console sees its successor arrive. The Nintendo Switch 2 has been in the news for several months now.
The most renowned insiders in the industry announce that the Kyoto firm will soon unveil its next machine for release at the end of the year. Like the PS5 and the Xbox Series, the Nintendo Switch 2 could also rely on backward compatibility to allow players to keep their game catalog.
The Nintendo Switch 2 would be backwards compatible, your catalog would not be lost
When gamers have to move to the next generation and abandon their hard-won catalog of games, it understandably causes a big pang in their hearts. The lack of backward compatibility of the PS4 when it was released left many disappointed. Fortunately, the PS5 can play PS4 games, while the Xbox Series also benefits from backward compatibility.
The Nintendo Switch 2 should imitate its competitors and play all Switch titles. In addition to this, development studios could even also make the graphics quality of backward compatible games thanks to the power of the machine, according to Universo Nintendo.
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Given the very generous catalog of the first Switch of the name, this would be excellent news for players. Especially since the console is far from having bowed out and major productions are still due to be released on the console in the coming months.
The Japanese company could organize an event next March to officially present the Nintendo Switch 2. Remember that the most reliable insiders like Jeff Grubb and Tom Henderson agree on a release date at the end of 2023, between September and november.
The Nintendo Switch 2 could have a much larger screen than that of its predecessor. Its price could be around €400a slightly higher price than the Switch, sold at €330 when it was launched in France.
- The Nintendo Switch 2 would benefit from full backward compatibility with Switch games
- The processing power of the console would even improve their graphic quality
- Nintendo Switch 2 could be revealed next March