The next-generation gaming console may have come a long way from the humble box of old, but its future looks increasingly bright.
According to new research, Nintendo’s upcoming NX is poised to usher in a new era for console gaming.
In fact, the NX may usher in the end of the gaming console era altogether.
The research, which was conducted by Gartner and Gartler, predicts that Nintendo will soon release the NX, or NX+ at launch.
Gartener said the NX+ would bring gaming to a whole new generation.
Nintendo has always had a reputation for making groundbreaking innovations, and the NX was no different.
The NX+ is poised for a different sort of innovation, Gartiner said.
While Nintendo has only just begun its console push, it’s already proven to be a juggernaut in terms of both console hardware and software.
In addition to being a game console, the console will be the first to allow for the full range of streaming services.
The device is also expected to have the capability to offer more immersive virtual reality experiences, as well as more sophisticated games.
While the NX is the first gaming console to offer a fully-fledged VR headset, other VR devices will be coming soon.
GARTNER also said that Nintendo’s NX+ will also be the device that best represents Nintendo’s vision for gaming.
The company is hoping to take a step in that direction, as it sees gaming as more than just a gaming experience, GARTER said.
“Nintendo’s vision has always been to be the best console for the best people to play the best games, to make them play on their terms, and to create a community where they can learn together.”
Nintendo’s console launch will come a few weeks before the NX launches on March 3.
However, it will be a while before the new console is released.
Gartenner said the console is expected to arrive in June.
“While it’s been a long time since we’ve been able to get a console out, it feels like the time is right to be ready,” Gartener said.
He added that the NX will likely be available in July or August.
Gartsner said that the Nintendo NX+ has already begun to appear in stores.
While Gartners research was conducted with a sample of 1,200 customers, it does not include consumers who are likely to purchase the NX+, Gartersen said.