A new rumor about the Nintendo Switch Pro has surfaced online, days after the Nintendo Switch Pro controller apparently leaked. Unfortunately, the rumor is not crowded with the most prominent information, but it does suggest the console’s release date and provides insight into how it can handle older games. Rumors of an upgraded and more powerful Nintendo Switch have been circulating for over a year, but recently rumors and reports have begun to increase significantly, indicating that we are approaching a revelation and a release.
The latter comes the way to one of the first sources to convey the word to the machine, or, more specifically, the way the industry insides NateDrake. According to the leaker, the console is scheduled to be announced this year, and right now the plan is to release it again this year, but a delay to 2022 is certainly a possibility at this time.
Unfortunately, the leaker gives no further details on when the console will be released, but it sounds like it will be sometime during this holiday season, provided it is not delayed until next year.
In addition to suggesting the release date, leaker also claims that the console̵
Finally, NateDrake comments on Nintendo Switch Pro’s rumored DLSS support, noting that they’re just heard that this support will only include docked mode. However, the insider is not ready to reject portable DLSS, citing lack of confirmation in both ways.
Of course, all this, as in every little bit, should be taken with a grain of salt. Not only is everything here 100 percent unofficial, but it can also be changed. All this can be completely accurate today, and tomorrow everything may be outdated and incorrect information.
As you would expect, Nintendo has not commented on any of this unofficial information, nor has it directly commented on a single Nintendo Switch Pro rumor, report or leak. That said, if Nintendo breaks this pattern of “no comment” silence, we’ll be sure to update the story accordingly. In the meantime, for more coverage on all things Nintendo Switch – including the latest Nintendo Switch Pro rumors, reports and leaks – click here.