New rumors by an insider claim that Nintendo is working on developing an enhanced version of the Switch Pro console.
It has been for several months now that rumors and indiscretions have emerged on the Internet about the possible release, by Nintendo, of an updated and enhanced version of the Nintendo Switch.
With the release of the new gaming platforms from Microsoft and Sony, the Big N would need to reduce the performance gap as much as possible with rival products and for this reason, the leaks featuring the elusive Nintendo Switch Pro are carefully considered by fans and insiders, especially if spread by insiders known for the reliability of their sources.
This is the case of the well-known insider Dusk Golem, who posted on Twitter some information in his possession relating to the Nintendo Switch with 4K resolution. As you can read from the tweet reported at the bottom of the article, Dusk Golem confirmed that the rumors about Nintendo Switch Pro are absolutely true.
As reported last month, Nintendo seems ready to launch the console in 2021 and equip it, among other innovations, with support for 4K resolution. The insider also wanted to explain why many recent games developed for Nintendo Switch do not have the frame rate lock.
According to Dusk Golem, this choice will allow you to easily obtain a performance boost on the new console, which will certainly be characterized by a more powerful processor compared to that of the current generation, adequate to better support the titles that will be made to exploit their greater potential.
Obviously, as happened for each of the rumors released in the past, Nintendo did not want to comment about this mysterious and – at the moment – still a hypothetical new platform, so we just have to wait for the next few weeks to find out how it will evolve.
I know the Switch "Pro" rumors are true, and the reason a lot of Switch games recently have been keeping their frame rate unlocked is to have an easy performance boost on it. https://t.co/GxODxxWOfB
— AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@AestheticGamer1) September 23, 2020