What you need to know about the Nintendo Switch announcement
The Nintendo Switch is the latest gaming device to arrive on the world’s largest console.
But in this case, the company is giving a pretty good indication of what it thinks of it.
We asked Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime for a list of features the company will offer, and he provided a short rundown of some of them.
Here are the highlights: • A system that looks and feels like an all-in-one device.
The Switch is a portable console with two Joy-Con controllers, a touchpad, and a display.
It’s not a console; it’s an alternative to buying a TV set, which you’ll see on the market for a little while.
• The Nintendo Direct app is the easiest way to get more information about Nintendo’s upcoming products.
It will give you in-depth, hands-on previews of upcoming Nintendo products.
• Gamepad support.
Nintendo is making an effort to make its Switch a “joypad” with two sticks, a gamepad and a controller.
Switch games can use the joypad, which will be able to interact with your smartphone or tablet.
It also supports wireless controllers, allowing for multiple games to play at once.
• A gamepad that connects to the Switch via Bluetooth.
You’ll be able connect the Joy-Cons to the JoyPad using Bluetooth, so that you can control the JoyCons through the phone, tablet or game console.
You can also use the JoySticks to move and interact with the JoyCon controllers.
• Virtual reality support.
The Nintendo system will support VR, allowing you to play virtual games.
Nintendo also wants to get the Switch into VR headsets, which is what we’ve been testing out with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
• More controllers.
The system will include two JoyStick controllers, two JoyCon Pro controllers, three JoyStickers, a wireless controller, and the JoyPod, which lets you connect your Switch with your TV.
You could even use a wireless ControllerPad to play with a wireless Switch game.
• No more gamepad support on the Switch.
This is not a change.
Nintendo announced in February that it would not include gamepad in the Switch, but the company has made it clear that it does not want to be the exclusive provider of gamepads for the console.
Instead, the Switch will use Bluetooth for controllers, which means that you’ll be limited to using a single gamepad to control all your games.
In a video that’s being posted to YouTube, Nintendo explained the Switch’s new controller design, saying that the new controllers will work with the controllers in other consoles.
But, unlike many other devices that support Bluetooth gamepods, the Joysticks in the Nintendo system are designed for controllers in smartphones, tablets and TVs.
The company said the controllers are specifically designed to work with a single device, not a larger gamepad.
This means that the Switch has no need for a game pad.
The gamepad will only be available with Nintendo’s Switch software, which includes titles like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and more.
So, the only reason you’ll need to buy a game controller is if you want to play a game on a Switch.
• There’s no word yet on how much the Switch costs.
Nintendo said that the system will cost $300 when it hits retailers on September 26.
But we expect it to be a little less expensive than the $400 price tag we heard previously, which we think is a little optimistic.
• This is a preview of the Switch that the company says will go on sale at the end of September.
There’s a lot of hardware to test out before it goes into mass production, so it’ll be interesting to see how this system performs when it goes on sale.