Nintendo Switch Updates: Xbox Boss Impressed with Nintendo’s Home-and-Mobile Console?; 'Skyrim' Special Edition Launched on Oct. 28? [VIDEO]By Shunie Pearl C. Dela Cruz, UniversityHerald Reporter
The newly launched Nintendo Switch has gathered positive reactions from the gaming community and it even impressed the boss of its rival Xbox. So far, there are two games titles confirmed to be played in the console. Is it true that "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim" will be launched in Nintendo Switch this coming Oct. 28?
The leader in gaming is back with a home-and-mobile console. Nintendo Switch (previously tagged as Nintendo NX) is said to be a 2-in-1 gaming console that serves as a traditional gaming platform connected to television, and at the same time, a portable game system outside of home, New York Times reported.
Based on the positive feedback Nintendo Switch received, it is likely for the game console to come off successful in eliminating the boundaries between mobile gaming and traditional. As the successor of the most powerful stables of game franchises such as Wii and Wii U, Nintendo Switch targets to give players the freedom while playing the games they like.
The mainstream positive response it receives does not only come from the gaming community but also from top executive of its rival Xbox. According to Game Spot, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has been vocal in expressing his appreciation for Nintendo Switch, and applauding Nintendo as to how they deliver their bold vision.
There are six titles shown during the launching of Nintendo Switch, but as of today, there's only one title that is confirmed to land on the new gaming console, "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." The three-minute video also shows the Mario and Mario Kart, which everybody presumed to be added to the game titles.
On the other hand, no confirmation has been announced for the inclusion of "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim," but the same publication noted that Bethesda is heading towards launching the game on Oct. 28 with a Nintendo Switch version.