A new retail strategy for Nintendo Switch has been announced by Apple and the gaming giant is expected to launch the new device in the first quarter of 2020.
The launch date of Nintendo Switch, which will feature an improved gaming experience, was revealed by Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday at the Game Developers Conference.
Cook said that the device will be launched in the third quarter of 2019 and will launch in retail stores across the US, Europe, and Japan in the following months.
“We’re going to have a great launch in the second quarter of 2021, and that’s when we expect the first mass retailing of Nintendo.
We’re going big.
We want to go for the big.
The world of gaming is going to be different from what we’ve seen before,” Cook said.
“We’re really excited about the possibilities of this.”
Cook said that he believes the new Nintendo Switch will be the best gaming system for people who like to play video games, while also allowing gamers to take advantage of the convenience of the Nintendo Switch.
“I think Nintendo Switch represents a really great platform for a lot of gamers who want to be able to get into the games they want to play,” Cook told reporters on Friday.
“They’re going in and doing some cool things.”
Cook said Nintendo Switch also represents an opportunity for Nintendo to broaden its appeal by giving it a greater presence in the mobile market.
“It is an opportunity that we think really resonates with a lot more people,” Cook added.
“Nintendo Switch is going be a really exciting system.
It will have an incredible number of options for playing games, so we’re excited about that.”
Nintendo announced in March that it was creating its own retail network for its games in an effort to compete with retailers such as Walmart, Target, and Best Buy.
It also launched a video game section at its stores in the United States in March 2020.
Nintendo Switch will feature a new hardware platform that is built around the Nintendo 3DS and the new hardware-powered Nintendo Switch dock.
It features an upgraded display, improved processor, and a redesigned touch screen.
The system will feature the same powerful processor and memory as the Nintendo Wii U, but with a new battery pack that will last 10 hours longer than the previous model.
The Nintendo Switch game controller will be a much improved version of the existing Joy-Con controllers.