All indications are pointing to the 4K Nintendo Switch, which has been dubbed some Switch Pro, to be announced soon. Liked it Really According to a report soon Bloomberg, The device will be released in September or October, will begin shipping by assemblers in July, and may be announced before E3.
With E3 in mind starting June 12, that means the announcement is likely just a few days away. Reportedly, the announcement may come before the event so that games during E3 can get some time to shine.
The new switch is reportedly made by Nvidia’s new graphics technology and Samsung’s inch-by-inch OLED display. It will reportedly be able to run games in KK resolution using NVidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sample) technology, a way to actually scale graphics using AI globally.
This allows the switch to actually render the game at lower resolution – a potential variable depending on the graphical depth of the game – while using DLSS makes it look a bit sharper like the native KK. That said, DLSS requires game makers to support the technology, so probablyK will only be an option for newer games (or older ones that have enough budget to run an update).
It looks like 4K will only be available when the switch is docked, probably because the display won’t have such a high resolution (and who needs a KK on a K-inch screen?).
A bad bit of news in all of this is that the existing model for the KK Switch will cost more than 29. It is expected that the new switch replaces the old one and the switch sits next to the light. We’ll find out soon enough.
Switch Pro News is great, but please Nintendo, give me some more Zelda News. We have been waiting for two years After the last trailerThank you very much.
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