Nintendo asks developers to make their Nintendo Switch games support 4K


Although the Nintendo Switch is a great game console, it has hardware limitations compared to the Xbox One and Playstation 4, not to mention the Xbox Series X and Playstation 5. One of those limitations is accuracy. The Nintendo Switch is capable of running games at FullHD resolution, which is a fraction of the 4K offered by other gaming consoles.

However, according to a new report from Bloomberg News, Nintendo appears to be preparing to change that, and it appears that it has told developers that they should start making sure that their future games for the device support 4K resolution. There have been reports of a possible launch of the Nintendo Switch Pro, and in the event that this report is accurate, this appears to confirm this.

However, before you get too excited about the Nintendo Switch Pro that can compete with the likes of the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X, let you know that Nintendo’s way of upgrading games to 4K resolution is through Nvidia’s DLSS AI upscaling technology. 4K games will never be real.

The positive thing is that Nintendo will not have to make major changes to the hardware, and the resolution upgrade using Nvidia DLSS AI technology will also help the device to maintain its performance. We assume this is still better than nothing, although we are sure gamers prefer true 4K resolution. Please treat everything said so far with minimal enthusiasm for now as we may have to wait until 2021 for the new version of the Nintendo Switch to launch.

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