The Nintendo Switch Pro has been long rumoured, but it looks like we’re set to learn more about it in the very near future.
Bloomberg is reporting that the Nintendo Switch Pro is set to release in September-October, with production starting in July.
It’s said that the new console will be priced higher than the original Switch, and this new model will replace the current Nintendo Switch model completely, with the Nintendo Switch Lite to remain the cheaper option.
It’s said that Nintendo will look to announce the console before E3, with Nintendo insider Emily Rogers (who also backed up these claims by Bloomberg) suggesting that an announcement could be coming within in the next 24 hours. This is to give publishers the chance to announce software at E3 (and probably so Nintendo themselves can also detail the line-up at their E3 showing).
Just in case you haven’t been following the rumours, the new Nintendo Switch is set to have a 7″ OLED display and a new Nvidia chip which will allow DLSS meaning it will be capable of 4K output when docked to a TV.