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User Info: Beetleking22

Beetleking22
3 months ago#1
What is new here is 1) Nintendo delayed titles from 2018 into 2019 to improve quality, so the line-up for 2019 gets even better and 2) Updated Switch in 2019

Takashi Mochizuki (Via David Gibson translation)

https://twitter.com/gibbogame/status/1073191184267280384


So better graphics and more polish? Sound good for me.

User Info: GuitaristMatt

GuitaristMatt
3 months ago#2
Some how that's not what the tweet says...
The tweet quoted is talking about how there is no way switch will reach 38m units on April 1st

To your edit, no.
The rumored switch update is only regards to weight, power consumption (including battery life), and cost savings. It's a normal slim to revision.

Another edit: this Dave dude is just replying with why it will probably hit 38m regardless what Japan dude thinks.
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kanzagi321
3 months ago#3
What do they mean by “updated” switch? It’s not going to have any better processing power, so what changes could they possibly make?

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Beetleking22
3 months ago#4
kanzagi321 posted...
What do they mean by “updated” switch? It’s not going to have any better processing power, so what changes could they possibly make?


Who are saying its not? Rumors say there is possibility for two revision. One for graphics and second for lite model. They might both come in same year.

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GuitaristMatt
3 months ago#5
It's a troll gamefaqsesc response
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Beetleking22
3 months ago#6
So this seems to be old news.. lol

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ZenithianHero
3 months ago#7
kanzagi321 posted...
What do they mean by “updated” switch? It’s not going to have any better processing power, so what changes could they possibly make?


Going by past Nintendo handhelds the 2nd revision usually changes the hardware design. It is the 2nd revision (3rd model) that improves the specs or throws in some exclusive feature.

If you want a Switch with significant improvements you may have to wait 2-3 years if this Switch remodel is even happening this quickly at all.
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GuitaristMatt
3 months ago#8
Beetleking22 posted...
So this seems to be old news.. lol

It's not even news, people are taking the comment out of context.
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yakarot
3 months ago#9
Assuming this rumor is even true...
Many of the people who just bought a Switch within 3 months of now aren’t gonna just drop it for a “slightly improved” version. There wouldn’t be much of a need for it this early. Late 2020 or mid 2021 seems more likely.
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GuitaristMatt
3 months ago#10
yakarot posted...
Assuming this rumor is even true...
Many of the people who just bought a Switch within 3 months of now aren’t gonna just drop it for a “slightly improved” version. There wouldn’t be much of a need for it this early. Late 2020 or mid 2021 seems more likely.

Why'd you dig up this trash from several pages back?
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