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How Does Nintendo Switch Differ From Other Gaming Consoles; Here's What You Need To Know

Update Date: Feb 25, 2017 08:56 AM EST

Many people spend their free time playing mobile games and video games in consoles. Next week, a new gaming console from Nintendo will invade the global video gaming industry. Let's find out more about it.

Nintendo is also the genius behind the all-time favorite Game Boy. Now, they are coming out with a new gadget called the Nintendo Switch.

What Is The Nintendo Switch?

Nintendo Switch is a gaming gadget composed of a compact tablet-like device and a docking station for home play. The new gaming device, according to Nintendo is exceptionally different from other gaming consoles they have previously released.

What To Expect From Nintendo Switch?

Nintendo has varieties of plans for gamers this year. This is going to be the year where you're not just going to play video games you're going to play them everywhere. Two executives from Nintendo revealed in an interview that they are offering new faces of the games, as reported by GQ Magazine.

What Game Titles Are Expected To Be Available On Nintendo Switch?

Nintendo Switch will be featuring nine game titles, but according to the executives of Nintendo they are focusing on promoting two games."The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" and "1,2 Switch". In Zelda, the Switch has a killer app between the gaming supporters, a breathtaking, impressive experience that seems both old Nintendo and bold step forward for a beloved series of games .

Does Nintendo Switch Support Wireless Bluetooth Headsets?

Based on a report from BGR, Nintendo has chosen not to carry wireless Bluetooth headsets, implying that every personal audio you need at home or on the go will come with a wire. It's worth perceiving that the Joy-Con controllers of the Nintendo Switch will certainly sync with the system through Bluetooth, and carrying functionality for Bluetooth headsets could possibly be added at some point.

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