Latest News on Switch
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Nov 01, 2019
Nintendo will start testing Mario Kart Tour mobile multiplayer in DecemberMario Kart Tour currently lacks the option to race against friends, a key element of the original game.
Jul 29, 2019
Nintendo Switch reportedly gets an unofficial Android-like port but there's a catchNintendo will most certainly not help you in any way if some damage came to the Switch because of this port.
Apr 03, 2019
Leak: A Link to the Past, Persona 5 and Metroid Prime Trilogy coming to SwitchThe unannounced games possibly coming on the Switch were listed briefly in Best Buy’s internal employee terminal.
Feb 04, 2019
Microsoft Xbox Live to be introduced to iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch soonMicrosoft already has Minecraft which has the support of Xbox Live across various platforms.
Oct 04, 2018
Nintendo Switch is getting a makeover in 2019 to maintain sales momentumIt is expected that the upgraded Nintendo Switch will come with an improved LCD screen.
Jul 08, 2018
Sci-fi title Warframe coming soon on the Nintendo SwitchThe news was revealed at TennoCon by Warframe's developer, Digital Extremes.
Jan 02, 2018
OnePlus Switch is available as beta; makes it easier for users to switch to a new OnePlus deviceOnePlus Switch will be used as a migration tool for users who want to switch to a OnePlus device without losing their data such as SMS messages, etc.
Dec 07, 2017
Nintendo Switch becomes fastest selling console of the year in Japan with 2.5 million units soldAt the rate, Nintendo's Switch is being sold it may soon overtake PS4's lifetime sales of 5.5 million units in Japan.
Oct 30, 2017
Nintendo revises its annual profit outlook as supply shortages plaguing Switch console begin to easeNintendo sold about 2.9 million Switch consoles in the three months through September, bringing the cumulative total to 7.63 million units.
Aug 30, 2017
Acer launches Swift 5, Spin 5 and the Switch 7 Black Edition convertible devices at IFA 2017At the IFA 2017 in Germany, Acer launched a slew of ultrathin, detachable convertibles.