Nintendo has announced the Nintendo Switch Lite, the lengthy-rumored portable-handiest model of their Nintendo Switch console.
The new portable-simplest console is launching on September twentieth, worldwide, for $199.Ninety nine. Featured above, you could view a new trailer for the hand held.
Key differences with the new piece of hardware is the dearth of HD Rumble (as there aren’t any removable Joy-Cons), no kickstand, no Nintendo Labo support, and with the overall smaller, greater transportable size – it may best be played in hand-held mode. There is an all-new D-Pad, but. The Switch Lite can play all Switch video games that guide hand-held mode, however a few will have restrictions.
Here’s a rundown on the new hardware:
Adding Nintendo Switch Lite to the lineup gives gamers more coloration and charge factor options,” stated Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser. “Now clients can pick out the system that first-rate fits how they like to play their favourite Nintendo Switch games.”
The flagship Nintendo Switch launched in March 2017 and gives three specific play modes: playing in TV mode by using putting the gadget into a Nintendo Switch dock, gambling cooperatively or competitively in tabletop mode via sharing Joy-Con controllers and gambling in hand held mode. The device comes with both Gray Joy-Con controllers or Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con controllers.
Nintendo Switch Lite has included controls and is smaller than the flagship version of Nintendo Switch. It has no kickstand and, as a devoted hand held gaming tool, does not support video output to a TV. Therefore, it does now not include a dock or HDMI cable. For a full listing of the differences between Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite.
The new tool can play all games within the robust Nintendo Switch library that guide hand-held mode*, even though some video games could have regulations. Compatible sport modes will be indexed at the again of recreation packaging and in Nintendo eShop.
Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite owners can get collectively to revel in compatible multiplayer titles like Super Mario Maker 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate together thru Nintendo Switch Online** or local wireless multiplayer.