Nintendo Switch Lite to launch on 20 September for Dollars 199.99

Nintendo Switch Lite to launch on 20 September for Dollars 199.99

A new FCC filing hints that a Switch hardware update may also be coming in the future.

However, there is a very important facet in any type of tangible product that does not escape a console like Nintendo Switch Lite, and this is its aesthetic appearance. The new handheld comes in three fun colors, plays almost all existing Switch games (digital or cartridge), and has a wee bit longer battery life.

Nintendo has released hardware refreshes of their most successful consoles many times before therefore, it makes a lot of sense for us to get our hands on an upgraded Nintendo Switch console.

At the original debut of hybrid console, it was looked as at the classic Nintendo, a latest gadget which shattered the norms of the conventional and trending video games.

Nintendo Switch Lite will launch on September 20, 2019 for $199. It was said that Nintendo is going to either release the Switch Mini or the Switch XL but, this doesn't mean that the Switch XL is definitely not happening.

You'll be able to play multiplayer games like Splatoon 2 with friends regardless of which Switch model you're using - although a subscription to Nintendo Switch Online is required.

The upcoming console ditches the detachable Joy-Cons and TV dock in favour of a portable experience for gamers on the go.

Better battery life or better performance? You'll just have to do it manually in the handheld's settings. That said, we still don't know if a Pro variant is on the way, as these changes would just apply to new versions of the base Switch.

So there you have it, two Switch models to agonise over in preparation for your next holiday.

As the Nintendo Switch Lite is a handheld only device you must think that it is a replacement for the 3DS.

This will, of course, vary depending on the game you happen to be playing.

While you can expect to play, most of your favourite Switch games on the new Switch Lite, you will not be able to play every game in the Switch library, as the system is only compatible with games that include a handheld mode.

It's also been revealed that Nintendo is also preparing to update the current version of the Switch.