Now you see it, now you don't.
With the Switch still selling well, a new model is a slam-dunk. Still, despite Nintendo's reputation for handheld refreshes, this one feels off.
The Kyoto-based giant seems reluctant to comment on Switch Pro reports, but Furakawa's recent statements might be hinting at something.
"There’s a host of factors that goes into it, and it’s something we’re always looking at," says Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser.
Of these, a French retailer has listed the console's price as €399, while another retailer's listing is allegedly set to go live on June 4.
Recent reports have suggested that the long-rumoured Switch redesign is going to be announced before E3 kicks off in mid-June.
A new report claims information from an Asian manufacturer has revealed new details on the long-rumoured upcoming Switch upgrade.
We should probably not expect the Switch Pro to be too cheap...
Early reports on the Nintendo Switch Pro paint the picture of an exciting device.
A Bloomberg report doubles down on recent leaks about the Switch upgrade.
A recent leaker also says they are confident it will be announced this year still.
Dataminer discovers preliminary support for upcoming new hardware model in newest console update.
Does Nintendo risk getting drowned out by the next generation onslaught?
What happens to the Switch once it’s no longer the newest kid on the block?
It feels like the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett controllers may be, much like the consoles themselves, iterative improvements.
Don't hold your breath for a more powerful Switch variant.
Nintendo might be looking to intrioduce not one, but two new Switch models in 2018, according to Dr. Serkan Toto.
Best controller, now officially supported on PC.