Within the last month, Nintendo has announced a cheaper and more portable version of the Switch in the upcoming Switch Lite, along with a hardware revision for the existing Switch boasting greatly improved battery life among other improvements.
Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition is quite possibly one of the most definitive RPG experiences that Nintendo Switch players can enjoy. The video game console will start using IGZO displays from Sharp, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
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However, it may not be long before Switch consoles are sporting a new display. Given that most games play at 720p or below in handheld mode, it doesn't seem like Nintendo would be getting the most out of Sharp's tech with current models. Both new devices could benefit of Sharp's IGZO displays due to their lower power consumption and potentially higher image quality, but it remains to be seen whether Nintendo decides to shift both of its upcoming game consoles to a new type of LCDs. Takashi Mochizuki concludes the piece by re-writing that Nintendo "has ideas for further updates for Switch's lineup, thus continuing to feed rumors about the possible arrival of an enhanced version of the console".
If true, this might be a significant improvement for the Switch and probably the Switch Lite, as one of the biggest complaints concerning the Switch is Nintendo's use of lackluster display tech. The screen quality difference between IGZO and a-Si displays are, on paper, negligible at best.