We tested the new version of the Nintendo hybrid console with The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey and Mario Kart 8, discovering differences with the base model. You can find out all the details by throwing an eye on our video preview of the Nintendo Switch OLED.
As always, we invite you to follow the Everyeye Youtube channel in order to stay up to date on all our daily production, including previews, reviews and video specials. In our one-hour test in the company of Nintendo Switch OLED we were able to verify the effectiveness of this revision firsthand: we made an in-depth analysis of the OLED screen, reporting the improvements compared to the standard edition of the console, as we passed reviewing the shape and ergonomics of the new model, finally focusing on many other improvements made by Nintendo. You can learn more by also reading our preview of the Nintendo Switch OLED.
Nintendo Switch OLED will be released on 8 October 2021 and will be sold at a price of 349.99 euros. Nintendo recently talked about the burn-in of the Switch OLED screen: the Big N recommended users to “take preventive measures to preserve the screen using features included by default in the Nintendo Switch system, such as auto-brightness and auto-sleep function after short periods of time “. Do you know how long the battery of the new Nintendo Switch OLED lasts?