Netflix Is Still Considering a Nintendo Switch App

Greg Lawrence
January 16, 2018

When asked if there were plans for Netflix on the Switch, the Netflix customer service Twitter account responded that there were no current plans to support the console.

A spokesperson identifying him or herself as JF originally wrote, "Hey there!" Coming months before we had concrete details on the company's upcoming Switch, the statement set off industry alarm bells about Nintendo's potential future plans. Cemu can already play the Nintendo Switch's biggest title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at 60 frames per second utilising multi-threaded processors. The incorrect original tweet has been removed. Finally, he mentioned that they will continue to focus on making family games and hope that with the support of third-party the Switch catalog will have experiences of varied genres. The image, which can be seen below, shows the limited physical version of the game sitting on top of a Nintendo Switch console.

After a huge first year, Nintendo Switch is right now the go-to handheld consoles for all gamers.

At the turn of the new year, hackers revealed that a launcher for Nintendo Switch homebrew will soon be available.

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While noting that Nintendo was in talks with companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, Fils-Aime made a point of noting that such services "are not differentiators".

Netflix has delivered some shock news to Nintendo Switch owners.

Nintendo has sold more than 10 million units of its Switch console so far. Thoughts? Feel free to drop a comment down below.

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