Nintendo Switch 2: News Of The Console Leaked From An Unexpected Place!

TECH NEWS – The CEO of Ubisoft has spoken about plans to release one of his games for the Nintendo Switch 2…



Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has spoken about bringing Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope to the Nintendo Switch 2. This comes after the CEO spoke about some advice Nintendo gave him regarding the long-rumoured next iteration of the Switch.

Yves Guillemot spoke to about the flaws in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope after recalling the advice Nintendo gave Ubisoft. It’s worth noting that in his statement, he says that Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope should have been released for the successor to the Nintendo Switch. “We had already released a Mario Rabbids game [on Switch], so by doing another we had two similar experiences on one machine. Nintendo [advised] that it’s better to do one iteration on each machine. We were a bit too early, we should have waited for [the next console].” This would, of course, ring alarm bells for gamers who have been waiting for Nintendo Switch 2 for some time.

The next iteration of the Nintendo Switch is rumoured to be coming soon enough.

With Nintendo seemingly shifting its focus to the Switch 2, Guillemot’s statement about Nintendo’s board only adds to the rumour that a successor to the console is already in the pipeline.

This, of course, also raises the question of whether there will be a new version of Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope available on the new console. The Ubisoft CEO added that the game “will last for ten years”. The developer also plans to “update it for a new machine in the future”. In other words, this could be a new version of the game that includes all the DLC released up to that point, including the recently released Tower of Doooom DLC.

If a Switch 2 were released, it would have higher system specs. This would certainly help it adapt to today’s gaming industry. With that in mind, a hypothetical version of Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope could bring with it several graphical improvements that would entice Nintendo fans to buy. Some gamers might even speculate that it could be the launch game for the console. However, so far, neither Nintendo nor Ubisoft have officially confirmed this rumour for the console.


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