Nintendo Reveals File Sizes for Nintendo Switch Games

Rodiano Bonacci
Febbraio 23, 2017

A gamer recently bought a Nintendo Switch early and showed off the system's startup screens, revealing that the console-handheld hybrid only has approximately 25.9 GB of the advertised 32GB of onboard memory will be available for games, downloads, and screenshots.

The online stock of Nintendo Switch system bundles will also be short supply at GameStop.

The Nintendo Switch won't even arrive in stores until March 3, but game retailer GameStop describes demand as "tremendous", adding that the "response has been incredible". The best some console manufacturers have been able to do is ensure that you can redownload certain games by logging into a new device via the appropriate account.

During a recent Q&A session, Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi said that there were now no systems in place for family sharing, although that could change in the future. Last week, footage from a now-known-to-be stolen Switch confirmed digital eShop purchases on a Switch will now be tied to your Nintendo Account, and that it "will be possible to redownload any software or DLC purchased using that account". This move is not uncharacteristic of Nintendo as the company has used this tactic before with previous hardware iterations.

Even if those planning to purchase the Nintendo Switch are not keen on getting "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" and consider other games playable on the upcoming console, the need to purchase an SD card still seems mandatory, opines BGR. According to Tech Times, Nintendo plans on setting the price of the Nintendo Switch development kit at US$450. You then either fill out your details, or link an existing Nintendo Network ID, or Facebook, Twitter, or Google account to set it up more quickly.

Puzon also recommends that if anyone wanting a Nintendo Switch first should consider attending of their midnight launch events to secure one of these highly coveted consoles.

Nintendo Switch is one of the most awaited consoles of 2017.

Well, at its core, it's Nintendo's new gaming console, but essentially it's a tablet with a 6.2-inch screen (a little bigger than an iPhone 7 Plus).

The console will come with a 32GB of internal storage and can be expanded using a microSDXCcard.

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