Will the PS5 and the new generation Xbox force Nintendo to launch a Switch Pro this year? – BGR

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After denying all reports that a cheaper Switch console was in the works, Nintendo released the Switch Lite late last summer, a portable console designed to offer the same gaming experience as the regular version – you know , except for docked mode. Last year, reports also said that Nintendo was working on an enhanced version of the regular Switch, but the company never launched one. Nintendo upgraded the regular Switch last year, but the new version only provides better battery life. But given that Sony and Microsoft will release their next generation PlayStation and Xbox models, respectively, this year, should we expect a more expensive Switch Pro this year?

Analyst thinks launch of Switch Pro is inevitable because the company will want to counter PS5 and Xbox Series X launches with its own improved offering – here’s Kantan Games’ prediction Serkan Toto has given to GamesIndustry:

Launch of Switch Pro – There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Nintendo will launch a “Switch Pro” in 2020, I think at $ 399. Specifically, I predict 4K support, larger cartridges and of course reinforced components. I also expect the device to launch after the summer vacation to counter the rollout of the next generation PS5 and Xbox later this year – along with an exclusive system vendor game.

These are just predictions at this point, and none of the other analysts seemed to share the same expectations. While it’s easy to assume that Nintendo won’t appreciate the huge performance gap between Switch hardware and PS5 / Xbox, we have no other evidence to support the idea that a Switch Pro could be in preparation.

The original Switch was only launched in 2017 and Nintendo has shipped some 40 million units since then. Comparatively, Sony has sold more than 100 million PS4 models since the end of 2013, while Microsoft has sold 47 million Xbox One versions during the same period. It will be interesting to see if the Japanese giant will release a major Switch upgrade this year, or wait a bit longer before rolling out a more powerful Switch device.

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