When looking at the patent is also striking that the screens shown but strongly to the Nintendo Switch – just without Joy Cons – remember. Based on the technical possibilities listed in the application, which are necessary for the new multiplayer experience, it is possible to speculate whether the Nintendo Switch could support the presented multi-screen gaming. Of course, assuming the patent ever finds its way into production. While it is conceivable that the Broadcomm wireless chip with Bluetooth 4.1 support for the switch could be sufficient for data transmission between multiple consoles – on the other hand, it seems unlikely that Nintendo would at least bring new specific hardware for such an innovation on the market.
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