Nintendo Switch Specs Leaked, Will Feature A Maxwell Based Nvidia GPU And More
While Nintendo has officially revealed its upcoming console, Nintendo Switch. But there are still many questions that needs to be answered and the one of the most asked questions on the internet is about Nintendo Switch specs. While Nintendo has not revealed the specs, but a apparently the specs have been leaked.
The rumor suggesting the Nintendo Switch specs comes from a Twitter user, Nintendo Knob, and according to the rumor the console will feature a Maxwell architecture based Nvidia GPU with 256 CUDA cores and 1024 TFLOPS per second, also the console will feature 4 GB of main memory.
It is important to mention that these specs are not official and are merely a rumor, so take these Nintendo Switch specs as a grain of salt.
While dozens of third party publishers and developer are supporting Nintendo to bring their games to Nintendo Switch, it seems that Bioware will not be releasing its games to Nintendo’s upcoming console. According to Micheal Gamble, producer for Mass Effect Andromeda, Mass Effect Andromeda will only be releasing for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Also Epic Games has also announced Unreal Engine 4 support for Nintendo Switch. Epic Games revealed that it would be partnering with Nintendo to help developers bring their games to Nintendo Switch in Unreal Engine 4.
Since the reveal of the console many fans have wondered, will Nintendo Switch function similar to that of Wii U’s GamePad. However, Nintendo has clarified that their upcoming console is designed for a single display experience so it will not function like a Wii U’s GamePad.
Nintendo Switch will be available in March 2017, however, no specific date or price has been announced by Nintendo.