Happy New Year from all of us at Nintendo Life

Also, Nintendo is playing the 2023 release schedule cards almost as usual. Rumors of new hardware are appearing dense and fast, as is tradition every time we enter a new year. personal, we imagine that Nintendo will ride Zelda with all it deserves this year, squeezing every last drop of juice from the Switch before revealing the true Switch successor will launch in 2024 with Top Mario titles. The company will be looking to emulate the success of the Switch’s first year — with a solid monthly release schedule for its next console of any kind — and we wouldn’t be surprised if it follows the pattern. of the Switch as close as possible. as much as possible regarding the timing of the announcement and the release schedule.

Obviously, if there is any value to our rampant but rational speculation, it means redirecting resources and games far from the Switch, putting more pressure on Tears of the Kingdom to live up to expectations. Is that even possible? Well, Nintendo has gone above and beyond our wildest expectations many times in the past, so it’s certainly possible. Assuming TOTK does its job and supports Switch’s 2023, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the last few Wii U ports appear in the second half of the year to supplement the release schedule. Nintendo sat on ‘Wind Waker HD Deluxe’ and ‘Twilight Princess HD Deluxe’ for five right now?

But who can say? If there’s any company willing to tear up the playbook, it’s Nintendo. Whatever the future holds, we’re thrilled to have you on board the fine ship USS Nintendo Life as we cruise into uncharted waters in 2023. From all employees, management, and collaborators Members of NL, Happy New Year to all of you. It would be a good ‘un.

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