Nintendo Switch UI Leaked - A New Way To Look At Switch; New Titles Revealed!

Jan 19, 2017 05:59 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

A photo of Nintendo Switch UI leaked after Nicalis posted it on Twitter. The main purpose of the Tweet is to introduce two Nicalis titles, the 1001 Spikes and Cave Story. But one of the most interesting parts of that Tweet is how the Nintendo Switch Interface looks like.

During the NYC event, everyone was given a chance to hold and play the Nintendo Switch consoles. It was very clear that the Nintendo Switch Interface background is white, and in this photo, the background appears to be black. This only hints that there are multiple themes for Switch.

Another information revealed is the "Change User" icon appearing on the screen. According to Polygon, this hints a possibility of switching accounts without ending the current session. It is a total upgrade from the previous console, for the Wii U requires to close current software before going to Wii U's full menu. Also, there is a small green dot appearing on the Game News tab which can be used for notifications.

The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ and NBA 2K18 is confirmed to join Nintendo Switch launch on March 3, 2017. Also, Daily Star stated that an Afterbirth+ disc-based version and digital release is said to be on the books. Tyrone Rodriguez, founder of Afterbirth+ hinted that the first few thousand copies might receive something special. There is still no further details regarding that statement, but stay tuned for more news and update.

Other game titles that fans should expect on the Nintendo Switch launch are 1-2 Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Skylanders Imaginators, and Just Dance 2017. Nintendo also reminds the public that AAA 2K Game titles will not come to Nintendo Switch due to certain priorities.

What are your thoughts about the latest news for Nintendo Switch? Share it in the comment section below.

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