Very little is currently known about the Nintendo Switch 2 console, but if the rumors circulating can be believed, it will be quite a step forward from its predecessor, as it will reportedly come with ray tracing capabilities.
Speaking on X/Twitter, Necro Felipe, Universo Nintendo editor-in-chief who correctly revealed information regarding Nintendo products and games in the past before the official announcements, revealed that, according to their sources, the new console will be ray tracing capable and will come with 12 GB of RAM, which is a big step up from the 4 GB of the current console, but still not on par with the current generation console from Sony and Microsoft’ flagship system, which both come with 16 GB of RAM.
Necro Felipe also provided a clarification on yesterday’s reports which revealed how the Nintendo Switch 2 was showcased during Gamescom 2023 to developers with a few tech demos, including the Unreal Engine 5-powered The Matrix Awakens demo. Unlike what the reports stated, the console was running the demo with NVIDIA DLSS 3.1 and not the more recent 3.5.
Pelas minhas fontes agora: A versão do DLSS exibida a portas fechadas pela tech demo do “Nintendo Switch 2” era 3.1 e não 3.5 como reportado ou apontado pela Eurogamer
Ray-Tracing de fato é possível e a memória RAM que eu fui informado era de 12 GB para o consumidor
— ‘Necro’ Felipe #UnivNintendo (@necrolipe) September 7, 2023
The Nintendo Switch 2 console has yet to be officially announced, but it is rumored to release sometime next year. We will keep you updated on the new system as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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