I don't know if we'll see a 3DS style improvement to the Switch. Looking at Nintendo's past they have done very little to improve on the home console, they did nothing with the WiiU and only had minor cosmetic things with the Wii and gamecube. Also I'd be curious what sort of improvements one could actually expect. There are a number of physical design limitations due to probably wanting to keep the controllers forward/backwards compatible.ReeGee wrote: ↑Dec 5th, 2017 12:52 pmIt's not just about resolution though. The XL was a far better device due to all around better design choices, the "New" even better than that for obvious reasons. Portable resolution isn't the Switch's only issue either, it's just one more nagging issue on top of others. I'm glad I was able to sell my original 3DS and upgrade, but I'd rather not go through that hassle again with the Switch, especially when it costs 2x more. I have a feeling the inevitable improved Switch will be so much better that people will have a very hard time selling the current ones.
Id be totally shocked if they made it "faster" SKU ala the "new" 3DS pr PS4Pro/XB1X given how pointless the former was and how much the latter rely's on patches and developers returning to older titles. As a result I don't think we'll see a higher resolution screen on that thing any time soon.
Outside of the crap Wifi most of the other issues just came down to manufacturing defects (ie disconnecting joycons, dock scratching the screen) which have been resolved for the most part.
The only thing I can maybe seem them doing (outside of a minor refresh and different color variety s) is maybe introducing seperate SKU's for home and portable. IE. a box without the screen or the tablet sans dock but then I thought all along the smart play would be to make a cheap tablet less version of the WiiU and we never saw that either.