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The new model of Nintendo Switch, the rumored Switch Pro, does not stop receiving leaked information: while the company has not made its existence official, even saying that they do not intend to announce a review of the hybrid this year, multiple insiders are revealing some technical details of the machine assuming not only that it exists , but it will be announced and even put on sale throughout 2021.
This time it was the insider NaterDrake, which has already proven reliability in previous leaks, who has specified certain technical details that we did not know about the Switch Pro: according to this person, the new review of the Nintendo machine will have DLSS compatibility, the AI image rescaling technology developed by Nvidia, and 4K “functionality”. Consequently, the laptop screen would also gain resolution to take advantage of this technical leap.
A “significant upgrade” to arrive in 2021
“I don’t really talk more about the technical specs than I have already. Has DLSS and has 4K functionality. There is no reason to delve any further right now. That is enough to illustrate that this device is a significant upgrade.“NaterDrake explains in a message on ResetEra.
In that forum he has also talked about how Nintendo plans to fill this Switch Pro with new content while keeping the original catalog active: “First party support will span both this new hardware and the current Switch for at least two years”explains the insider, dropping that the original Hybrid will stop receiving original Nintendo games in a couple of years, when the company focuses entirely on the new model.
On its announcement and launch, this insider remains firm in its commitment to 2021 and even goes so far as to say that we will see Switch Pro in stores this year: “Let’s say I am confident it will be announced this year. A delay to 2022 will need to be communicated in the coming months, as the development kits and third-party contributors have already started planning software for the device“, he assures, and ends by saying:” I think that hope is still in a launch in 2021. “