Sony PlayStation’s PS5 and Xbox Series X from Microsoft are generally not available Much Same console war as the Nintendo Switch. With Big N announcing a global release from Cloud Gaming for the Nintendo Switch, this could be replaced with next-generation consoles.
The service has been available in Japan since 2018 for select topics, and now that it is finally making its debut in the West, it looks like Nintendo is planning to turn the Nintendo Switch Pro into the next gen gaming competitor.
At its most recent Nintendo Live Mini: Partner Showcase, Control: Nintendo has made the surprising announcement that both the Ultimate Edition and Hitman 3 are coming to Switch (with control: Ultimate version available for immediate purchase!)
Nintendo’s streaming service is currently handled by Taiwanese company Ubitus KK using its cloud gaming technology. News release, Euphrates teased that there are more topics along the way:
“We are pleased to offer … Control Ultimate Edition – Nintendo Switch has the highest gaming quality and performance, including cloud version, radiation-tracking for global audiences …
“In addition … Ubitus is currently working with several industry-leading game developers, with the aim of bringing their best games to the Nintendo Switch soon.”
The hardware in Nintendo Switch is limited to 720p in portable mode and 1080p when docked, but if you get the Pro model next year, the rumor has it that the release, which is comparable to Sony and Microsoft consoles, could be seen on Google Play.
Recent reports indicate that the Pro is set for a major visual upgrade and will feature 4K gaming; The system is not going to be as powerful as the PS5 or Xbox Series X, and the Netflix-style streaming service on Microsoft’s exclusive nerve will be more than that.