According to Bethesda, it could be years before we hear about more details about The Elder Scrolls VI. For those who’d rather not replay Skyrim or have no interest in subscribing to The Elder Scrolls Online, The Elder Scrolls: Blades could be a good alternative, and the good news is that the game is now available on the Nintendo Switch.
If there is at least one company who seems to be benefiting from the coronavirus pandemic, it would be Nintendo. Due to the fact that people are being forced to stay home to self-isolate to help curb the spread of the virus, many are looking for alternative forms of entertainment, such as with the Nintendo Switch.
One of the problems faced by Nintendo right now is that their Switch consoles seem to be selling out pretty fast. This is a good problem to have, although this has left many customers frustrated as they are not able to get their hands on the console unless they’re willing to pay the marked up prices offered by resellers.
The Nintendo Switch has been selling well ever since the console was released. However, in the past few months, it seems that the console has been experiencing a massive surge in popularity. This is due to the fact that more people are being stuck at home and are looking for ways to entertain themselves.
With the launch of the Nintendo Switch and the Switch Lite, it seemed as though Nintendo was looking to kill off its 3DS handheld lineup. The company had insisted back then that they still plan on keeping the 3DS around, but it looks like new evidence has emerged that suggests that Nintendo could be one step closer to killing off the 3DS.
When the Nintendo Switch was first announced, there were only two color options for the Joy-Cons that gamers could choose from: grey or a red-blue color scheme. The latter was the most popular and was quickly sold out. Nintendo has also since introduced a bunch of different color scheme combos for customers to choose from.
When Nintendo first revealed that they were working on a new console which eventually launched as the Switch, the company was understandably cautious and guarded with the design as they did not want to give away its secrets ahead of the launch. When the Switch was eventually released, many lauded its uniqueness.
As more people are staying home to work or study due to the coronavirus outbreak, there also seems to be a rise in demand for home entertainment systems, such as the Nintendo Switch gaming console. Now, the console was always pretty popular, but now that more people are stuck at home, it has resulted in the console being sold out across various retailers.
When it comes to video game characters, there aren’t many around that are quite as famous as Mario. The Mario franchise has been around for decades and this year, the Super Mario series will be turning 35 years old, an incredible achievement for a video game. To celebrate the 35th anniversary, word on the street is that Nintendo has planned several Mario games.
When the Nintendo Wii U flopped really hard, many had expressed their concern that Nintendo might be losing it. However, when the Switch launched, it painted a very different story as the console started to gain a ton of popularity and favorable reviews from gamers around the world. It also led to speculation that the console could potentially beat the Wii’s sales.
There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch is doing pretty well for itself. This is a huge 180 for the company, especially with the disaster and massive flop that was the Nintendo Wii U. However, this doesn’t mean that Nintendo can try and convince more people to hop on board the Switch platform.
There have been rumors suggesting that Nintendo could be working on a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and at E3 2019, the company pretty much confirmed it in a teaser trailer. Unfortunately, not much else is known about the game at this point in time, but now there are rumors suggesting some of its potential features.
With the flop that was the Wii U, especially on the heels of the extremely successful Wii, many had felt that this was a touch-and-go time for Nintendo. However, the Switch has since turned things around for the company and it looks like it does not seem to be showing any signs of slowing down.
Ever wanted to play a PlayStation game from your Nintendo Switch? If you do, then you might be interested to learn that there is a small, small possibility that Sony’s PlayStation Remote Play could be arriving on the Switch. This was hinted at in a survey shared by Redditor YouRedditHereFirst.