Nintendo NX Dev Kits Are Being Sent Out Now, Apparently
We're one step closer to seeing what all this hubbub is about.
It looks like we might be seeing and hearing more about the Nintendo NX a lot sooner than we thought. It appears that sources speaking with the Wall Street Journal in a recent report are getting their hands on Nintendo NX developer kits and Nintendo is wanting to see a round-up of titles ready for "as early as next year."
According to the report, we can surmise as well that the NX itself is a "standard box" with at least one mobile unit attached to it that can be used as a portable device, which is more in line with what we were expecting to see from the console. Nintendo is also planning on using "industry-leading chips" in the NX, in line with the report previously that the system would use an AMD processor.
These are some pretty big details, especially since we've heard extremely little about the upcoming project so far, but now that the Wall Street Journal is publishing details, we can likely take these new reports as fact. Let's hope that additional information is brought out in the near future, especially since we're all chomping at the bit to see what Nintendo's upcoming mobile moves will have to offer.