There's a New Nintendo Switch Update Out

Joanna Estrada
April 1, 2017

If you're wanting to make your Nintendo Switch be even more of a Nintendo console, then the YouTuber Tettan Zone may have the Nintendo Switch dock mod for you. He adds that E3 has always been a "big time for Nintendo".

For full-bodied updates we will probably have to wait for the next few months, Nintendo has in fact confirmed to be working to add new features to the operating system of Switch, including probably the much required Cloud save games.

Fils-Aime said this presented a unique opportunity for Nintendo to show what it has planned for both the Switch and 3DS.

Nintendo of America Chief Executive Officer, Reggie Fils-Aime, has recently appeared on Fox News to deliver the incredible updates earlier in March.

While Nintendo was developing the Switch, it reached out to various game developers for valuable feedback.

However, if there's a tale where you just want to say "Just buy him one already!" this is it. Twitter user Ama-chan's kid brother made this cardboard Nintendo Switch because their mother wouldn't buy the real deal. He didn't mention specifically what kind of games will be showcased or what the surprise may be, Fils-Aime just said they'll have "experiences" for the new attendees.

While the executive did not specify what Nintendo plans to showcase at E3, he did note that its newly released hybrid portable console - the Nintendo Switch - and 3DS games will be showcased at the event.

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What are your E3 predictions for Nintendo this year?

E3 2017 will be held in Los Angeles between June 13 and 15. You would think that they would understand current gen console needs. We'd love a new Metroid Prime or F-Zero! He mentioned Animal Crossing in the video, so perhaps they could release a new Animal Crossing game.

"A new Halo is a possibility, given that Halo 5 launched in October 2015, but maybe Halo 6 is being too optimistic", the post explained.

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