Nintendo NX Reveal Takes The Internet By Storm; Features, Latest Updates And More

Sep 14, 2016 05:14 AM EDT | Jomar Teves


Companies from all types of enterprises have taken to the act of leaving the people hanging regarding new products until the official unveiling. But with the Nintendo NX expected to come out in the next couple of weeks, Nintendo has begun to shed some light on its most mysterious console, which was initially announced in early 2015. 

What Analysts are Implying

As Tech Times notes, different analysts have arrived at the conclusion that Nintendo will release details on the Nintendo NX in the earlier days of October. This is only a few weeks from now, which has many supporters excited at the chance to learn more about the highly anticipated console.

Furthermore, the October unveiling is highly plausible because Nintendo has its eyes set on a March 2017 release. The six months will be sufficient for the company to create just enough hype for the Nintendo NX, as well as properly guide the public what's in store.

All things considered, Nintendo of America head Reggie Fils-Aime already admitted that the company needs to work on its communication skills when it comes to getting buyers ready for what they are purchasing.

Some Wild Guesses to Ponder On

At this point, it is practically accepted that the Nintendo NX will also include cartridges instead of discs. But as Express UK claims, the same has finally been confirmed. Another is that the NX controllers will sport advanced vibration technology, just like the Wii remote. What this implies is that instead of just one strength of vibration, the same will differ based on the activity being done in the game.

Another popular rumor is that the device will feature customizable buttons and also detachable controllers and support for mobile games. This is mainly because the Nintendo NX is expected to be a hybrid console - one that is easy to carry around and play on, as well as powerful enough for a home dock.

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