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Image of Kingdom Come: Deliverance makes talk about Nintendo Switch XL

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Does A Nintendo Switch Come with Games?

After numerous rumors, Kingdom Come: Deliverance was confirmed yesterday for Nintendo Switch. According to what was shared, the game will come to the hybrid console in the future. For now, its specific release date has not been confirmed, so there will be no choice but to wait until they share it.

However, Warhorse Studios by sharing an image of the game on Switch through Twitter has caused quite a stir among many fans, since it has not gone unnoticed that the console shows something different from the current model. You can see it below:

This is most likely a Photoshop error, as the studio forgot to take into account the console’s bezel when overlaying the artwork on the screen. However, this has left many wondering whether the rumored upcoming new Switch model (popularly known as the Switch Pro) will really be a major feature change, or whether only minor changes will be made. One hypothesis, based on the path Nintendo took with 3DS, suggests that it could simply be a model with a larger 7-inch screen, so it would be something like a Nintendo Switch XL, but with the same capabilities.

Given the manufacturing problems the Japanese company has experienced in the past around hybrid parts, this would allow Nintendo to give users a console with a larger, high-quality screen and still manage its current processes and chip supply.

Obviously, this is just an assumption and there is nothing to confirm it, plus it would make sense that it would have some significant changes in terms of hardware to be able to move with more ease the most demanding titles or even titles present in other platforms that right now are unfeasible with the current model. Nintendo Switch Pro? New Nintendo Switch? Nintendo Switch XL? We don’t know what this new model will actually be called, but whatever the case may be, we’ll just have to be patient and wait to see what Nintendo surprises us with.

 

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