When Nintendo finally announces its next big console, it will be a Dreamcast-esque beast
FourFourTwentyFiveOneANintendo’s next console, dubbed NX, will be called the NX-1 by the company’s PR team.
The first major hardware reveal for Nintendo is coming in November at the company ‘s E3 press conference, where the company will be unveiling a new console codenamed NX-2, which will also be called NX-3.
The announcement is expected to arrive during the company s next earnings call on Tuesday, which is when the company plans to release a new NX-related video game, codenaming the NXS.
Nintendo has a long history of using the NX name.
The company launched the first ever Nintendo NX handheld in 2012.
The NX-based Wii U and NX-powered 3DS were released in 2016.
Nintendo has also released a number of games for the NX, including the upcoming Nintendo NXS game, Nintendo NX Pro, which has a much larger screen.
NXS was originally expected to launch in 2019, but that date was pushed back to sometime in 2020.
However, the NX is currently expected to release in 2020, and that could push the NX S back into the 2019 timeframe, as well.
The NX is also expected to be a new entry in Nintendo s long-running family of portable consoles, with a number, including a “classic” and a “next-gen” model.
The current NX is powered by the Tegra K1 processor and is expected be able to handle both 4K video streaming and 4K gaming at 60 frames per second.