Nintendo denies rumours of ‘Switch Pro’

Nintendo not too long ago unveiled a new model of its well-known Change console known as the Change OLED. The new model provided an OLED show with thinner bezels, larger inside storage and more. Nonetheless, there were preliminary reports that the Japanese company was scheduling to start an even additional potent edition of its console with guidance for 4K gaming. With the launch of the Swap OLED, it appears like those rumours were being practically nothing much more than that. Or was it?

A report by Bloomberg appears to suggest that the ‘Switch Pro’ may possibly have existed, at minimum for a time. The publication claims that 11 video game firms were in possession of Nintendo’s 4K progress package for the Swap. It even more adds that these corporations were being from all all over the world and ranged from substantial publishers to tiny studios. The report phone calls out Zynga Inc. as getting just one of the corporations.

Nintendo refutes rumours

Nevertheless, considering the fact that the tale has been revealed, equally Zynga and Nintendo have tried out to squash the rumours. Zynga spokesperson, Sarah Ross, stated, “to explain, Zynga does not have a 4K developer kit from Nintendo.”

Bloomberg also statements to have reached out to Nintendo with a listing of queries. The Japanese corporation responded by stating that Bloomberg’s reporting is “inaccurate,” but declined to specify which pieces of the information and facts it was referring to.

Nintendo has also posted a tweet refuting the rumours. The corporation notes that the “report is not true”. It further added that it has “no plans” to start a new model other than the Nintendo Change OLED.