Nintendo Switch has been around for over four years already and we should expect that an upgraded version of the console will be announced. Now, it seems that a Nintendo Switch Pro would be released within the year and will support 4K resolution.
Although there is no news on what date the Pro would be released and if it really does exist. These rumors surfaced back on the launch of Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S. People then had been expecting an upgraded version of the beloved console.
Then, Doug Bower, the leader in North America Nintendo, debunked the rumors a couple of months ago. He gave a statement saying that the Switch Lite is doing great in the market and the company is not developing any devices for the near future.
On a recent forum on Reset Era, industry leader Nate Drake stated that he is confident that a Nintendo Switch Pro would be announced this year. He continued that “hope remains for a 2021 launch,” but an announcement will surely be made soon if it would be delayed till 2022.
Along with the Nintendo Switch Pro is the company’s resolution upgrade tool called DLSS. This would have a 4K function and it is also believed that an improved portal mode would be added as well as countless more cool upgrades.