A new leak by Nintendo reveals the huge feature of Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite, which was somehow cut back before the former debuted in 2017. The appearance of the console, including its original design, looks completely different from the final product. In addition to revealing the original design of the game console, the document also shows that the plan will include 3D video support to make the game console backward compatible with Nintendo 3DS.
It is not clear whether Nintendo plans to provide universal backward support, nor why this feature was cancelled, but the document shows that many of Nintendo’s early plans for the Switch were either cut off or changed before release.
For example, when Nintendo Switch finally had a 720p screen, as early as 201
At the same time, perhaps considering the backward compatibility of 3DS, Nintendo has not decided that the Switch will have one or two screens. Of course, 480p is probably placed on the desktop to facilitate the appearance of two screens.
At present, these details have not been confirmed by Nintendo. In other words, although the files have little room for doubt, they and the leaked information should still retain a pinch of salt. That said, if Nintendo does provide any type of comment statement related to the leak, we will make sure to update this story accordingly.
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