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New Nintendo Switch 2021 Latest Updates and Top 10 New Nintendo Switch Games 2021

The New Nintendo Switch 2021 model is expected to debut later this year. Let dive in latest updated and discover everything like Top 10 New Nintendo Switch Games 2021, releases dates and price and many more.

New Nintendo Switch 2021

Although the Nintendo Switch is currently one of the most popular video game consoles, it is beginning to show its period. Aside from the release of the Lite edition in 2019, the original Switch has remained virtually unchanged for almost four years, both inside and out. However, new disclosures suggest that the long-awaited New Nintendo Switch 2021 is finally on the way.

The new console, according to leakers, will be a significant upgraded over the original Switch. Not only will it have a larger, brighter screen, but it will also have significantly improved internals and perhaps most importantly, it is expected to arrive this year.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 Display size and technology?

New Nintendo Switch 2021 Display
New Nintendo Switch 2021 Display

According to Bloomberg, the New Nintendo Switch 2021 will have a 7-inch display, up from 6.2 inches on the current model. Furthermore, it will replace LCD technology with an OLED screen, which will be much brighter and harder.

Bloomberg’s report also backs up recent rumours that the new Switch will be capable of 4K output when connected to a television. While the Switch can currently output 1080p when docked (or 720p when in handheld mode), Nintendo would be breaking new ground with 4K video. In crisp 4K, exploring Hyrule in Breath of the Wild or zooming around Bowser’s castle in Mario Kart will be more immersive than ever.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 will be like PS5 or PS4?

Nate Drake, a famous Nintendo leaker, claimed last week on the ResetEra forum that the new Nintendo Switch will be like a PS4 with DLSS and a more capable CPU. While the tiny Switch is unlikely to compete with Sony’s massive PlayStation 5, a 4K handheld device with the same power as the PS4 sounds incredible.

The most intriguing revelation, however, is that the Nintendo Switch Pro may not be called the Nintendo Switch Pro at all; instead, the new device is expected to be dubbed the Super Nintendo Switch. Of course, this is a fun nod to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System from the 1990s, which is one of the most popular retro consoles of all time.

We’ll have to wait and see what the New Nintendo Switch 2021 like. Fans will undoubtedly be pleased if it’s anything like this incredible ‘Switch Pro’ concept. The features a large, 4K screens and much more ergonomic-looking Joy Cons, demonstrating what a larger display might look like.

Though the New Nintendo Switch 2021 sounds fantastic, it can’t come soon enough with both Microsoft and Sony releasing their own massively popular next-gen consoles in 2020, Nintendo will have to pull out all the breaks to stay in the game. However, in terms of popularity, the current Switch shows no signs of slowing down.

What’s new in new Nintendo switch pro?

Various sources say conflicting reports on the Switch Pro’s specifications. The majority of them seem to agree that 4K resolutions will be supported in docked mode, as well as longer battery life.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 battery life

New Nintendo Switch 2021 battery upgraded
New Nintendo Switch 2021 battery upgraded

The expected battery life would be 16 hours of gameplay. The Nintendo Switch is currently equipped with a custom Nvidia Tegra X1 processor, a 720p LCD display, and 32GB of storage. The Nintendo Switch received its most recent update in August 2019, which increased the battery life from 6.5 to 9 hours of gameplay. When we used Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to test the battery life upgrade, we discovered that the amount of game time we could get in before it needed to be recharged doubled.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 processor

Details found in a recent firmware update for the Nintendo Switch appear to indicate that the Pro model will feature the same processor as the 2019 Switch base model and the Lite – the Tegra X1+ chipset, according to a well-known data miner, @SciresM. The leak uncovered a project called “Aula,” which suggests that the chipset will offer better performance by being pushed to higher clocking speeds with better cooling. SciresM also hinted at a significant visual upgrade for the console, with an OLED display and 4K capabilities in docked mode, all powered by a RealTek chip.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 4K output

The veracity of the above information, like a lot of Nintendo Switch Pro rumours, is debatable. However, according to Bloomberg, the Switch Pro is expected to offer a 4K output in some form of docked mode, based on insider information. When docked, the Switch Pro is likely to have a co-processor that can up mix a 1080p video feed into a 4K output.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 Display

Furthermore, according to a report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, the Nintendo Switch Pro will use Mini-LED technology instead of an OLED display as a more cost-effective alternative. Mini-LED displays use smaller and faster components to replace the backlights in LCD screens, giving the display a higher contrast ratio and more brightness control. In either case, a Mini-LED display would be a significant upgrade over the Nintendo Switch’s current LCD 720p display.

New Nintendo Switch 2021 Hardware(SSD, Processor and chip)

However, some rumours suggest that the Switch Pro may include some more contentious features as well. According to a “former employee of Nintendo,” the Switch Pro will feature significant hardware improvements, including a custom Nvidia Tegra Xavier processor, 64GB SSD storage, and 4K supports, according to a now-deleted 4Chan post.

The obvious disadvantage is that the post also implied that the new console would be a TV-only system targeted primarily at users looking for a more traditional console experience. This seems unlikely, given that some Switch players spend the majority of their time in handheld mode.

Nintendo Switch Pro with OLED display

Nintendo Switch Pro with OLED display
Nintendo Switch Pro with OLED display

Display is more important improvement in New Nintendo Switch 2021. So lets dig out in more detail.

Nintendo is rumoured to be planning a new Nintendo Switch model with a larger Samsung OLED display that will be able to output 4K ultra-high definition graphics when docked later this year.

Nintendo plans to unveil this new model in the hopes that the larger touchscreen can prop up demand in time for the holidays, according to Bloomberg.

What Samsung says about the New Nintendo Switch 2021 display?

Samsung Display Co. will begin mass production of 7-inch, 720p-resolution OLED panels in June 2021, with an initial monthly target of under a million units, according to the company. In July, these displays would be sent to assemblers.

Why OLED for New Nintendo Switch 2021?

To put things in perspective, the current Nintendo Switch model has a 6.2-inch, 720p-resolution screen. This new screen would appear to be an extension of the current Switch’s screen, which would eliminate the majority of the black bezel around it. When compared to the Switch’s current liquid-crystal display, the OLED panel will consume less battery, offer higher contrast, and possibly faster response time,” said Yoshio Tamura, co-founder of display consultancy DSCC.

 According to the report, Nintendo has chosen rigid OLED panels for this new model, which are “a less expensive but less flexible alternative to the type commonly used for high-end smartphones.”

Because of excess supply, market prices for rigid OLED panels were falling. This deal will benefit Samsung Display. This should help Nintendo in a time when semiconductor shortages are causing delays for PS5s, Xbox Series X consoles, and graphics cards.

Is that true?

For quite some time, fans have been demanding for this rumoured “Switch Pro,” as some has dubbed it. Nintendo has remained tight-lipped about any new model, with Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa recently stating that no new model will be announced “anytime soon.”

What’s gaming industry thought about New Nintendo Switch 2021 display?

IGN polled several industry analysts for their predictions on when and if a new Switch would be released in 2021 or later, and the responses ranged from no Switch pro this year to one arriving before the end of the year.

 Many people also believe that Nintendo has no reason to release a Switch Pro right now because the console is still doing so well. It has been the best-selling console for nearly two years, with lifetime sales surpassing 79.87 million, surpassing the Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo recently held its first Nintendo Direct since September 4, 2019, showcasing some of the most anticipated Switch games for 2021 and beyond. They appear to have a few more surprises up their sleeves.

Top 10 New Nintendo Switch Games 2021

The Expected Top 10 New Nintendo Switch Games 2021 would be:

1. Bowser’s Fury + Super Mario 3D World

Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario 3D World

This two-in-one package, which combines a premaster and an expansion, features all of the usual smooth, joyous plat forming you’d expect from a game starring the spritely plumber and his friends. The twist this time is that you can play in co-op with up to four players, and in addition to standard plat forming, you can participate in fun side missions as Captain Toad.

The new cat power-up, which adds new unique moves to help you navigate and fight, is one of the highlights. And you’ll need it when you start Bowser’s Fury, the game’s newest addition. In an open-world map that slowly unfolds over time, you’ll face an even more dangerous version of the King of the Koopas.

2. Heaven’s Vault

Heaven's Vault
Heaven’s Vault

The Vault of Heaven Heaven’s Vault is an open-world archaeological adventure in which you, as researcher El, must translate an ancient language while exploring ruins across The Nebula’s moons. In both exploration and translation, you have a lot of leeway. There are always several options to choose from, and your choices accumulate to give you different dialogues with the other characters, and eventually one of several possible storey outcomes.

It’s a slow-paced game in which you’ll spend a lot of time debating the meanings of words, and you won’t be fighting anything as you explore the Ancients’ ruins. If you’re looking for something more cerebral and slower-paced to play, this is the game for you. While the game is also available on PS4 and PC, the Switch version allows you to take it with you on the go and jump right in if you get curious or have a big realisation.

3. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

The beat-em-up based on the popular comic series and film is finally available for purchase after a six-year absence.

The DLC packs that let you play as Wallace Wells and Knives Chau, as well as the main cast of Ramona, Kim, Stephen, and Scott, are included in the Complete Edition.

You must defeat Ramona Flowers’ seven evil exes in order for Scott to date her, just like in the series. Each character has their own set of moves that improves with experience, but they can also use weapons and assist characters to supplement your offensive capabilities.

There are also secret modes and items to unlock, so you’ll want to keep playing even after you’ve defeated the final boss.

4. Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors
Hyrule Warriors

Age of Calamity (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity) (Hyrule Warriors) This prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild depicts the world before everything fell apart. Instead of solely playing as Link, you can take on Calamity Ganon’s vast armies as all of the kingdom’s heroes.

If you’ve played the Dynasty Warriors series or the first Hyrule Warriors game, you’ll be familiar with what this entails. You must travel to various battlefields across Hyrule with friendly soldiers and an optional co-op partner, completing specific objectives in each area.

It’s a different pace than the open-ended RPG in which this version of LoZ first debuted, but if you want to learn more about the setting’s history or try a more spectacular form of combat, Age of Calamity is worth checking out.

5. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Animal Crossing

New Horizons is the ultimate digital escape, allowing you to live on, customise, and watch your own getaway island grow over time. New Horizons adds to Nintendo’s beloved life simulator’s already addictive gameplay by allowing you to craft your own items and earn Nook Miles while catching bugs, planting trees, interacting with your neighbours, and finding cool clothes and household items for your personal villager.

There’s always something to work towards in New Horizons, with tonnes of creatures to collect, a museum to curate, and new shops and facilities to fund, making every moment feel rewarding as you build up the tropical island of your dreams. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the relaxing, enjoyable wind-down game that every Switch owner needs right now, whether you’re customising your ideal home or visiting friends online to trade fruit and gear.

6. The Legend of Zelda

Breath of the Wild (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild throws you into a huge, beautiful open world where you can fight your way through dungeons, solve puzzles, paraglide through the skies, or just cook some food. Breath of the Wild redefines what an open-world game can be, with a truly explorable Hyrule where every mountain can be climbed and every hidden path leads to a new adventure (you can even rush straight to the boss if you want to). There’s a reason why many consider BoTW to be the best Zelda game of all time, with memorable boss battles, tonnes of challenging puzzle shrines, a gorgeous art style, and some of the series’ most dynamic combat.

7. Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Super Mario 3D All-Stars are the seventh game in the Super Mario 3D All-Stars series.Super Mario 3D All-Stars brings together three of the most popular 3D platformers of all time in one nostalgic package. Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy are included in this collection, allowing you to experience the evolution of 3D Mario games from the Nintendo 64 to the more modern Wii era.

These genre-defining platformers, thankfully, still hold up today. Super Mario Sunshine’s unique water-based gameplay holds up especially well on the Switch Pro Controller, and triple-jumping through the Mushroom Kingdom is just as much fun now as it was in 1996.

With its unique gravity-defying platforming, Super Mario Galaxy advanced the formula even further in 2007, and it’s still a joy to play today with both motion and touch controls.

Access to the full soundtrack for each game completes the package, allowing you to rock out like it’s 1996.

8. Sword and Shield (Pokémon)

Pokémon Sword and Shield includes the entire addictive monster catching, battling, and exploring that has made the series so popular, as well as some significant changes to Game Freak’s beloved RPG formula.

The game’s Galar region, which is inspired by London, has some of the most dynamic environments yet seen in the franchise, with open-world-style Wild Areas filled with wild Pokémon that present a real challenge for experienced trainers.

Dynamax battles, which allow you to temporarily transform your Pokémon into a giant complete with powerful new moves for epic, large-scale gym battles, further cement Sword and Shield as some of the best Nintendo Switch games.

You’ll also enjoy Max Raids, in which you team up with other players to battle giant Pokémon, as well as a slew of social online features and some of the best Pokémon designs yet. After all, how could you refuse Yamper, a Corgi who shoots electricity?

9. Hades

Hades
Hades

Hades is number nine. Hades is a punishing-yet-satisfying roguelike action game in which you strategically hack your way through a stunningly fresh takes on Greek mythology, and it’s one of the Switch’s breakout hits.

Every trip through Hades is unique, as you face new challenges and abilities while piecing together a storey that only Supergiant Games (Transistor, Bastion) can tell.

Hades is well-liked for providing a more engaging (and slightly less punishing) take on the rogue like genre, emphasising its compelling storey and providing plenty of options for newcomers to the genre. And it’s all wrapped up in an addictively fluid combat system with vibrant, hand-drawn art that jumps off the screen.

10. Fire Emblem

Three Houses is the tenth game in the Fire Emblem series. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is one of Nintendo’s most ambitious and expansive role-playing games to date.

Three Houses adds a new twist to the series’ addictive, deeply strategic tactical combat: you now play as a professor who must choose one of three houses and guide their students in both their daily lives and on the battlefield. Three Houses is definitely one of the best Nintendo Switch games you can buy, with memorable characters, large-scale fights, and the series’ first free-roaming hub world.

New Nintendo console 2021

According to people familiar with the situation, Nintendo Co. plans to release an upgraded model of its Switch console next year, along with a new game line-up, giving rival devices from Sony Corp. and Microsoft Corp. the holiday spotlight in 2021.

New Nintendo console 2021
New Nintendo console 2021

The new machine’s specifications have yet to be finalised, though the Kyoto-based company has considered including more computing power and 4K high-definition graphics, according to people briefed on the strategy who asked not to be identified because the information is confidential.

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are set to arrive in time for the holiday shopping season, so Nintendo will face stiff competition for gamers’ attention this fall.

According to the sources, the release of the upgraded Switch would be accompanied by or followed by a slew of games from Nintendo and related outside studios.

Those games would cater to a wide range of players, from casual gamers looking for small doses of escapism to die-hard fans who put in long hours of gaming.

Why Nintendo silent about New Nintendo console 2021?

According to the sources, Nintendo’s relatively quiet software release schedule so far this year is due to its focus on next year’s pipeline. Since the game’s release in March, the gaming behemoth has seen its share price rise by more than 70% thanks to the smash hit Animal Crossing: New Horizons and the long-running Covid-19 pandemic.

The company has struggled to meet demand for its existing Switch and Switch Lite devices, though it announced earlier this month that the production bottleneck has been largely resolved.

The drop in smartphone demand has aided this by relieving some of the pressure on suppliers. According to the people familiar with the situation, assembly of Nintendo’s next console will not begin until next year because production partners are busy with the current models. Taiwan’s Economic Daily News first reported the new console plans on Monday. A spokesman for Nintendo declined to comment.

As the pandemic kept millions of people homebound for extended periods of time, the video game industry saw an unprecedented surge in the quarter ended June, with big names like Sony, Square Enix Holdings Co., Tencent Holdings Ltd., and Nintendo itself far outperforming analyst expectations.

Although data from Japan-based research firm Famitsu suggests demand for the Switch and Animal Crossing remained strong in August, those companies have sounded a note of caution about the momentum continuing.

Between the end of March 2017 and the end of June this year, Nintendo sold 61 million Switch consoles. Extending the console’s life with a more powerful version is likely to make it more popular.

In January, Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa said, “With Nintendo Switch about to enter its fourth year, the situation does feel a little different from the home consoles we’ve offered in the past,” adding that no new hardware would be released in 2020. “I believe we will be able to consider a variety of ways to expand in the future in terms of hardware.”

With lifetime sales of 102 million units, the Wii is Nintendo’s most successful home console, while the portable Nintendo DS has sold 154 million units  and at least one analyst believes that a refreshed Switch model can boost sales enough to make it the company’s most successful hardware generation.

“Even without an upgrade, the Switch will outsell the Wii,” said Ace Research Institute analyst Hideki Yasuda. “And with a good hardware update plan, the Switch could even outperform the Nintendo DS handheld.”

When will the new Nintendo Switch Pro be released?

March 2021 is expected date to be release the new Nintendo Switch Pro.

Last year I was unconvinced there would be a new flagship model Switch in 2020, but it makes more commercial sense to release an updated version in 2021,” Piers Harding-Rolls of Ampere Analysis added to Dr. Toto’s thoughts, predicting a 2021 Switch Pro release. On March 3, 2017, the original Nintendo Switch was released. With the Switch’s four-year anniversary approaching in 2021, it’s entirely possible that we’ll see an upgraded console before the end of the year.

A Bloomberg report citing insider information that claims the Switch Pro will arrive later this year bolstered the case for a 2021 release.

Price of the new Nintendo Switch Pro

Expected price is $400 for New Nintendo Switch 2021.

While the price of Nintendo’s next Switch has yet to be announced, it’s safe to assume it’ll be at least as expensive as the $299 base model  and certainly more than the $199 Nintendo Switch Lite. Serkan Toto, a games consultant based in Japan, predicts that the Switch Pro will cost around $399. This could be the same console as the Switch 2, and thus the same price, or a different higher-spec version, in which case the Switch 2 will likely cost less.

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