Nintendo Switch Pro to Support NVIDIA DLSS & 4K, Insider Claims

At the start of the new week, we received fresh rumors about the supposed Nintendo Switch Pro model. According to industry insider NateDrake, it will support both 4K resolution and Nvidia DLSS technology.

In the past few months, rumors have been circulating that Nintendo is working behind the scenes on some kind of Switch Pro model. According to industry insider NateDrake, who is considered a reliable source, a powerful hardware revision of the Switch is in fact in the works.

According to the insider, the new version of the Switch will support both 4K resolution and Nvidia’s DLSS technology. The official announcement of the 4K model and the release could possibly already be expected this year.

NateDrake stated the following: “Won’t really talk more about the tech specs than I have. It has DLSS & it has 4k functionality. No reason to go deeper than that right now. That’s enough to illustrate the device is a meaningful upgrade. First party support with span the new hardware and current Switch for at least a couple of years.”

“Let’s say I’m confident it gets announced this year,” continues the Switch’s 4K model. “A delay to 2022 would need to be communicated in the next few months, as dev kits and third-party partners begin to plan software for the device. As of this very moment (Feb 18, 2021), I believe the hope remains for a 2021 launch.”

Nintendo itself has not yet wanted to comment on the current rumors about the possible Nintendo Switch Pro 4K model.