Nintendo needs to learn 5 key lessons if it wants the Switch Pro to compete

With the imminent arrival of the PS5 and the Xbox Series X, all eyes are on Nintendo, with gaming fans queuing up to see how the video-game titan will future-proof itself in the next generation of consoles.

On the one hand there’s plenty to get excited about. When it comes to releasing newer versions of established consoles, Nintendo traditionally sets the bar incredibly high. The DS Lite was a much needed style overhaul for the previously chunky dual-screen system, and more recently the Nintendo Switch Lite has been a beacon for gamers who haven’t been able to get their hands on a full-fat Switch during the ongoing pandemic.

But its track record releasing power-house hardware is at best spotty, which is why I’m slightly nervous about fresh rumblings the firm’s next release will be a Nintendo Switch Pro.

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