About a week ago, a review at the FCC revealed Nintendo could work on new controllers for the Switch console. It seems that we will find out later what the company will be since it announced two new gamepads for the Switch in the form of the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis.
Given the intensity of Nintendo’s competition with Sega back in the day, it’s quite heartwarming to see that they all have the action, despite Sega’s departure from the tool industry may also have a role to play in this as well. All are controlled by radio in nature and cost $ 50 each.
However, it should be noted that these regulators cannot be bought by anyone. Same time as Nintendo announced the NES controller for the Switch back in 2018, these new regulators can only be purchased by those who are registered with Switch Online, although we think there may be potential players who are likely to sell their shares, apparently at a nominal price.
There’s no word on the release of the controllers, but with Nintendo releasing them More Switch Boxes online in October the N64 and Genesis games will be released, we think these gamepads will probably launch at that time as well, but we’ll still be keeping an eye out for more details.