While the Nintendo Switch has been officially unveiled, there is still quite a bit we don’t know about the upcoming console. Some talk about the future of the console has centered around whether or not it will eventually have VR.
While that’s perhaps quite a bit in the future, there is talk that has to do with the device in the now. Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki took to Twitter earlier this week to divulge that he had been told the standard size of the Nintendo Switch game card at launch is going to be 16 GB.
To further add credibility to this rumor, Nintendo insider Emily Rogers took to her own Twitter to explain she thought the 16 GB was standard but there was no preclusion to bigger cards in the very near future. She pointed to the Nintendo DS as proof this kind of thing is something Nintendo does often.
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