More Nintendo NX Rumors Surface- System Supports Unreal Engine 4 And Unity


Here are some brand new rumors regarding Nintendo’s newest console codenamed NX. The following info comes hot off the heals of news we shared last week, which pertained to a PS4 dev that was interested in bringing their game to NX. Check out the latest info:

The game is running on Unreal Engine 4 and looks very impressive graphically.

The Developer said that Dev Kits are limited supply and a larger number of developers wanting Dev Kits will get an SDK so they can prep their titles for release on NX.

The Developer’s Nintendo Account Manager stated that Unity and Unreal Engine 4 will both be ready in time for when developers outside of key partners are able to purchase dev-kits of their own.

The Developer states that since their game is running on Unreal Engine 4 already, this is very promising news and are happy that Nintendo has at least taken the initiative in this regard of engine support out of the gate.

The Developer seems to think that they have a good chance of getting an actual dev kit and not just an SDK.

This is all adding up to some promising stuff for Nintendo’s upcoming system and we can’t wait to see what is going to happen. As always, we will keep our ear to the ground for any new rumors regarding NX.


All New Nintendo NX Rumors Hit

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Well look what we have here…More rumors regarding Nintendo’s upcoming system, Nintendo NX. This new rumor stems from GFK who is a client of Nintendo. The information states the following details regarding the NX:

4K/60FPS video streaming
900p/60FPS gameplay
Connectivity between both a video game console and handheld device

The system, which will be revealed sometime this year (most likely E3 2016), is shaping up to be something special and we cannot wait to hear more details straight from Nintendo. While it’s always fun to hear rumors about new technology, we are safely filing this story under our “rumor” folder as of right now… Still, achievements, 4K/60FPS streaming and connectivity between a console and a handheld device sounds mighty nice.

More as it develops.