The latest rumors about Nintendo Switch 2, such as the sightings of the new TEGRA chips and the patents on the evolution of the Joy-Con, seem to strengthen the outlines of a project that aims to mark a significant leap forward in the computational power of the company’s videogame platforms Kyoto.
If this were the case, and with the next gen never really taking off, could Switch 2 really revolutionize the market and mark yet another triumph for the Big N in the gaming industry? Let’s take inspiration from the most recent rumors regarding the next iteration of Nintendo consoles to hypothesize the most probable future scenarios.
The hardware specifications suggested by the latest previews on TEGRA chip and on the Switch 2 SoC they suggest the arrival of a truly high-performance platform, with support for advanced technologies such as NVIDIA DLSS upscaling and upsampling systemsthe advanced backwards compatibility of Switch video games in 4K and the possibility of running the latest generation games developed with the most advanced graphics engines, such as Unreal Engine 5. Nintendo’s strategy does not even seem to lack the closure of a controversy that has accompanied the entire life cycle of the current family of Switch systems: we are referring to the patents to solve Joy-Con Drifting with Switch 2 that the Japanese company recently filed.
To reinforce the rumors about the computational power of the new flagship platform from the Super Mario company, we also find the reports on the closed-door presentation of Nintendo Switch 2 at Gamescom 2023, complete with 4K demo version of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom and the now famous tech demo di Matrix Awakens on Unreal Engine 5, in both cases with DLSS support.
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