Nintendo did not reveal any more updates and info regarding their newest console, the Nintendo Switch, until the recent unveiling on Nintendo's January event. This upcoming event will be featuring the Nintendo Switch's overall system specs, price, and game lineup. In early January 2017, Nintendo is also planning to conduct some sampling of the Nintendo Switch via live demos which will be held in Australia, Japan, Europe, and the U.S.A.
Nintendo remains quiet about other features of the Switch
The trailer was released just last week, and it confirmed a solid overview of the Nintendo Switch's features and capabilities. As for now, Nintendo is still not giving away any updates regarding other capabilities of the Nintendo Switch except for the highlighted detachable controllers and the Switch's square design.
Nintendo Switch will be the best console to date
It was mentioned earlier that Nintendo's new console has promising similarities with other types of technology, including a much more interesting lineup of software. The Kyoto-based console company has recently confirmed an exact launch date and unit pricing that will be released on January 13, 2017, which will immediately be followed by the demo event.
The Switch and all of its other features will also be revealed in the upcoming event
Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima said that the other features and capabilities for the Nintendo Switch will also be announced in the upcoming event. He also mentioned that he wasn't expecting that the company's stock will be taking a dive when the 3-minute video trailer of the console was released. The trailer showed the new Nintendo console being used as a portable device, featuring lots of different accessories and modular controllers. A lot of console gamers who watched the trailer was amazed and tried their best to get more information about the Nintendo Switch from various gaming sites.
Nintendo looks to bounce back
With the death of former company CEO Saturo Iwata, and the success of "Pokemon Go," Nintendo's sales kept on dwindling down, including game profits steadily declining since 2009, during which the Wii console was introduced into the market. With the introduction of the refreshed Nintendo Switch, the company is hoping for a resurgence to the top once again.