|December 28, 2020|
Big Tech Update
Why did Nintendo leave out this Switch feature?
A new leak reveals that when Nintendo was preparing to launch the new Switch device in 2017, it left quite a few things on the table, including one prominent feature that was axed last minute.
The major feature that got the boot before the big release was 3D video support. The initial thought was to offer this feature in order to make the device backwards compatible with the Nintendo 3DS. And while it’s unfortunate that feature didn’t make the cut, other changes were made that undoubtedly improved the original plans for the device.
A 480p screen was originally planned for the Switch, but that ended up changing to 720p shortly before the release, which was a good move by Nintendo. What other features were scrapped from the Switch before its release? Are any of these features in the works for future devices?
Check out the info here, including the original Switch design that looks nothing like the system today.
Image source: TechRadar
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