The new Nintendo Switch, an original understated upgrade called the Nintendo Switch OLED model, will be released in October, but it’s not the 4K upgrade that many players have come to expect. But Bloomberg reported on Wednesday that the developers making Nintendo Switch games were also surprised. They were working on a Nintendo Switch developer kit that supports 4K graphics.
Bloomberg reports that developers from at least 11 gaming companies are working on games using the 4K Nintendo Switch Kit in both large and small studios. Nintendo told Bloomberg that the information was inaccurate, but did not expand further.
Reports of upgraded Nintendo Switch models that support 4K graphics have been around for some time. Bloomberg said in May that hardware released in October this year will output in 4K resolution when docked. According to Bloomberg, Nintendo has reportedly redesigned due to a lack of components due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Nintendo only after distributing the 4K-enabled kit to developers working on new games. I changed the design.
Development kits are often distributed to video game developers long before their launch. These special consoles have the development tools you need to create your game.
Developers working on the Nintendo Switch game told Bloomberg that they expect the 4K Switch game to be available in 2022 during or after the second half of next year. Bloomberg reported that the 4K Nintendo Switch will not be available until 2022 at the earliest.