The next and not yet announced Nintendo Switch 2 has not yet been shown to the public, although now a (presumed) month has emerged for the reveal\r\nThe successor to the hybrid platform, which you can find in the OLED version on Amazon, is in the works. \r\nA few weeks ago, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa denied having informed the developers about plans for a successor to the Switch.\r\nNow, after Richard Leadbetter of DF stated that he had heard from some sources that the new Nintendo console will not be equipped with DLA, other details are now emerging.\r\nAs also reported by Wccftech, other rumors have circulated about the Nintendo Switch 2 and its capabilities.\r\nIn fact, it seems that the new Nintendo console will prevail on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series John Linneman of Digital Foundry, who put the rumors circulating about the console into context. \r\r\nwhile it is extremely likely that the system will be able to offer a decent ray tracing experience, especially thanks to the efficiency of NVIDIA’s technology, claims that the system will be able to surpass PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series they seem overdone.\r\nThe Matrix Awakens Unreal Engine 5 demo may have performed better during the closed-door demonstrations at Gamescom 2023 compared to other consoles, but this is likely due to improvements made to the engine since the launch of the original demo. \r\nThe only segment in which the new Nintendo console could be superior to the others is in relation to ray tracing, thanks to Ray Reconstruction, which is missing from the Sony and Microsoft consoles.\r\nBut not only that: Nate the Hate presented an interesting argument, stating that by March 2024 we will finally be able to see the new console. \r\nWe would like to remind you that regarding the feared absence of backward compatibility of the new console, the Big N has already expressed itself clearly on the matter.\r\nBut not only that: speaking of games, in recent weeks the name of a Capcom title that could also debut on Switch 2 at launch.