Nintendo Switch follow-up potentially shown at Gamescom reports suggest
If you’re a Nintendo enthusiast are you looking forward to having the chance to get your hands on some brand new equipment from Nintendo. Japanese company. The company recently confirmed it was a fact Charles Martinet will no more be voiced by Mario in the near future, at a certain time in the future.
Following a report by VGC and Eurogamer, which was verified by Eurogamer claims the 2024 launch date might be in the works for Nintendo’s next-gen console. It’s been the focus of lots of speculation.
The latest round of speculations about the sequel to the Switch have claimed that it may have been shown or even talked about with a specific few people during the last week’s Gamescom.
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The latest round of speculation regarding possible designs for the console been triggered by an e-mail by Windows Central Managing Editor Jez Corden. The author say that they had “heard certain rumors” concerning the console getting involved in an “behind locked doors” gathering or other event at Gamescom.
Corden claimed that the reveal could have could have involved “select media/devs” getting shown or having an opportunity to talk about gaming consoles with Nintendo and suggested that an official announcement or leaks “may seem to be quite near.”
Before Gamescom an article from Startmenu said that “Nintendo may be looking to announce that it will launch its next console” during the event. The report also stated that “the firm hasn’t been making any secret meetings with journalists,” that’s not in line with the information Corden said.
On the latest installment on Game Mess, Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb expressed doubt at speculation that the gathering, or even meetings if they actually took place, would be attended by any member of the media.
In contrast when it comes to the notion that developers could attend such an event, Grubb said: “This could be a great opportunity to possibly do it in a closed-door setting, and I can imagine Nintendo having something similar to that.”
Grubb’s host Mike Minotti added that, assuming that the next console will be announced in 2024, as previously it was reported:
The developers must be aware of what they can expect from games they’re creating currently, and in the event that your game is to be available on the coming Switchversion] due out in a couple of years or a year, it’s time to begin planning that version now.
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We’ll need to wait for Nintendo to release official information regarding the next console it will launch.
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