Nintendo Switch will support third-party companies

While Nintendo revealed that the codenamed NX console will be called Nintendo Switch and just after sharing a promotional video in which we were shown the new system, Nintendo shared an image with different publishers and studios of third-party that will support the hybrid console.

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Nintendo has officially announced its new Nintendo Switch using a trailer in which besides the design of the machine have shown some of the titles that the platform will receive.

The video begins with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which will hit stores sometime in 2017 for Wii U and the new Nintendo Switch. Thanks to the portability of the console it will be possible to continue the game anywhere, as seen in the video that used the adventure of Link as a prime example of this function.

Developers can design their games to be compatible with various styles of play, which gives players freedom when choosing the type of gaming experience more suited to them.

In a capture that was published by Nintendo, we see that companies like Konami, Atlus, Bethesda, Capcom, EA, SEGA, Square Enix and many more, will be present with developing games and applications for Nintendo Switch, which undoubtedly will, to the pair of Nintendo’s own titles, on a vast catalog of interesting games.

After unveiling yesterday and showing today the first look of the Nintendo NX console, the market value of the company has increased by 4.6%, equivalent to $ 1.000 MDD, according to the information from Bloomberg media.

Previously, Nintendo had already declared that the NX will debut in March 2017 with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.