Nintendo Switch price, games and Switch release date UPDATES –

Nintendo Switch specs appear to have been leaked and it’s bad news for Nintendo Switch pre-order customers, who might be disappointed to find out that the console is less powerful than the Xbox One and PS4.

Still, it might make the Nintendo Switch price a little bit cheaper, although we won’t find that out until January at the earliest.

According to a report by VentureBeat, the Nintendo Switch will be powered by Nvidia’s last-generation Maxwell graphics-processing architecture.

The custom Maxwell Tegra is unlikely to match the graphical fidelity of the highest-end PS4 games.

In terms of performance, the Nintendo Switch will reportedly boast 1 teraflop of performance, which is below the Xbox One and PS4, and well below the Xbox One Scorpio and PS4 Pro.

The official Nintendo Switch games lineup is also coming along nicely, as Nintendo prepares for the console’s March release date.

The Nintendo Switch games list is currently headlined by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, although more games are set to be revealed during the Switch event in January.

Fans can also expect a new Mario game, while a Pokemon title is also said to be in the works.

For now, however, let’s look at some of the games that have been confirmed, including LEGO City Undercover, Dragon Quest XI and a Nintendo Switch port of Stardew Valley.


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