After working with Nintendo for many years, Bandai Namco has officially named its team that has worked on titles like M..., showcasing their strong partnership with the gaming giant. This announcement has sparked excitement and speculation among fans, as it hints at the potential collaborations we might see on the upcoming Nintendo Switch 2.
It's been six years since the Nintendo Switch launched in 2017, and after a long and successful reign, you may be wondering what new piece of gaming hardware Nintendo has in store for us. Well, the wait might not be too long, as development kits for Nintendo's next console are now with key partner studios, with a planned launch date set for next year, according to reliable sources.
Nintendo is yet to publicly discuss plans for its inevitable Switch successor, though its new hardware is widely expected to launch at some point in the near future. However, recent news of a patent filed by Nintendo for a handheld device with a surprising design has added fuel to the fire. The patent reveals a handheld that looks quite different from its predecessor, featuring a dual-screen setup and detachable controllers, suggesting innovative gameplay possibilities.