Here’s how Nintendo president Bowser responded when asked about the Switch Pro
I was a little disappointed that Nintendo ultimately didn’t announce anything at E3 about a “Pro” version of the Nintendo Switch, as there were plenty of rumors suggesting that was one thing. After being asked about its existence, Nintendo president Doug Bowser didn’t exactly give a clear answer, but he didn’t deny it either.
While he didn’t say anything about the existence of the new Switch console, he said it’s not just about coming up with new technology. Nintendo prefers to release something when the time is right.
“We’re always on the lookout for technology and how technology can improve gaming experiences. It’s not technology for the sake of technology. This is precisely how technology can enhance a gaming experience. And then where do you apply this technology? Do you want to apply it on the current existing hardware or platforms, or do you want to wait for the next platform? And then what is the good gaming experience with that? There are a multitude of factors that come into play, and that’s something we’re always looking at, ”Bowser said in response to a question about a possible Switch hardware upgrade.
Bowser has instead spoken now that Nintendo is focusing on things other than the Switch. Their partnership with Universal Studios will also see them building theme parks in other parts of the world that are not just in Japan, they will expand even further into the mobile game market and “selectively” grant their intellectual property to companies. other brands like Lego.
“I think it’s an exciting time to be a part of the gaming industry, really… We’re seeing more and more people getting involved in it as part of their primary forms of global entertainment. We see different ways to engage, both on mobile platforms and on dedicated platforms such as the Nintendo Switch. It’s a dynamic industry that is moving forward, ”continued Bowser.
Nintendo has always been very picky with its specifics. Recently, at E3, Nintendo banned the co-broadcasting of their storefront on Twitch, which angered many content creators and gamers with the move. In return, Twitch themselves also decided not to co-broadcast their event.
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