New Rumors About Possible Games For NX, The Next Nintendo Console
The French website Gameblog has published new rumors about NX, the next Nintendo console, which are more or less in line of the usual speculation about this system whose debut is expected for the month of March. Despite this, by now Nintendo has unveiled the console not made concrete announcements about it, what is expected to happen this fall.
According to these rumors, there would be no dock
If other rumors have pointed out that the console would be connected to the television through a dock or support which leave the console in its portable function so that it begins to operate as a domestic console, this time it is basically wireless connection. I.e., a small device that would receive the NX video signal wirelessly, in a manner similar to devices such as the Chromecast of Google, or the Steam Link and related would be connected to the television.
Support has been an important part of other rumors indicate that it could help to improve the quality of the image that would be on display or even to provide additional capacity in relation to the console in its mode of operation as a portable system.
According to these rumors (and other precedents), NX would receive multiple remasterisations of games, both Wii U Wii and Nintendo 64. In the article is dan specifically the names of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii), Mario Kart 8 (Wii U), Splatoon (Wii U), and the saga Super Smash Bros.
As for games, is hinted a strong collaboration of Ubisoft, because reference is made to a Splinter Cell game and there are open conversations to a cross between Nintendo Yoshi and the Rabbits of Ubisoft Rabbid. In addition, Capcom and Platinum Games would also preparing titles, though names are not given. In terms of Square Enix, indicated that Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy VII Remake would be added to the catalogue of NX.
In any case, remember that you it's rumours and speculations unconfirmed pending that NX is presented officially by Nintendo and will then disclose its characteristics and, predictably, some of their early games.
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