Nintendo Switch 2, Switch’s successor, is a lot in the news lately. Whether they are rumors, news, or leaks, there is no stop for critiques. Now, one of the reports has claimed a backward compatibility feature for Switch 2.
The feature will ‘also allow developers to study improvements for the current titles in the Nintendo Switch library.’, continues Universo Nintendo.
Backward Compatibility is a feature that allows the console to run titles from the previous generation. For instance, PlayStation 5 has backward compatibility with PlayStation 4.
Rumors via Universo Nintendo:
– Switch 2 is gonna have backwards compatibility with OG Switch titles
– Both for physical and digital games
– Devs can enhance their Switch 1 games to take advantage of the added processing power
– Reiterates a Direct is coming next week, and the…
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Universo Nintendo has been continuously and accurately reporting the happenings, which adds quite a weight to this claim.
Given that the Switch console already has Nvidia’s Tegra X1 chip, the Switch 2 hardware might embed a custom-designed NVIDIA chip to power the console. Gamers shall look forward to answers as Switch 2 hardware is rumored to be released next month.
Recently, the Hogwarts Legacy Nintendo Switch version was launched. Switch’s graphics lack in comparison to PlayStation – well, both consoles can’t be compared. If this successor embeds the robust processing power, slightly weighing with PS4, the gaming performance will be elevated vitally.