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19 Feb, 2024
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Nintendo's anticipated "Switch 2" console, initially expected to hit the shelves in late 2024, might not make its debut until the first quarter of 2025.

The delay mirrors the release scheme of the original Switch, announced in October 2016 and launched in March 2017.

Publishers have reportedly been informed about the shift in the launch timeline, with plans now aiming for early 2025. This change impacts upcoming game releases, potentially affecting highly anticipated titles like Metroid Prime 4, still slated for release but lacking a specific date.

Speculation suggests features like backward compatibility with the original Switch, enhanced 4K capabilities, and visual quality akin to that of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Fans eagerly await updates, with expectations that any announcement regarding the new console might come during a Nintendo Direct showcase later this year.