Nintendo Switch 64GB Game Cartridge Coming in 2020! Big 3rd Party Games Incoming?

Nintendo Switch 64GB Game Cartridge Coming in 2020! Big 3rd Party Games Incoming?


Here on my 1 plus 7 T Pro 5g phone I
have some news I have some information that a lot of Nintendo fans have been
waiting for for a very long time what does if everyone Oh G over here
from player essence welcome back to another video on the ojx channel it’s
been a little bit of time but we are back with a cool video because we’re
talking about the thing that the Nintendo switch has been needing for
quite some time and one of the contributing factors to why the Nintendo
switch has not gotten some of the third-party games out there 64 gigabyte
cartridges seem to be set for 2020 now what does this mean what are we talking
about well let’s just break it all down so the Nintendo switch uses cartridge
technology I mean early in the 90s no we’re not in the 90s we’re in the 2019
going to the 2020s and we have cartridge technology that the Nintendo switch has
been using since 2017 these are these little tiny cartridges that hold data
and now cartridges are fast and cartridges are you know they don’t get
scratched up I mean they’re pretty good right but feeling problem that they’re
expensive they are expensive to hold memory you can have a blu-ray that holds
far more data on them so that has been a limiting factor for developers out there
when bringing their games to Nintendo’s switch or some developers that’s really
crunch things down because man we just can’t get everything on this 16 gigabyte
cartridge or we don’t want to pay for the 32 gigabyte cartridge or there’s
always been some type of issue right well with the 64 gigabyte cartridges
coming out it does seem like that issue is about to be squashed and according to
a recent article that I got here from going intend oh we want to read off what
is going down with these 64 gigabyte cartridges and then we’ll kind of break
down a little bit more what this means for the end user out there so all the
way back to December 2017 we heard that Nintendo was pushing their plans for the
64 gigabyte game cards into 2019 due to technical issues we went all of 2019
without seeing that but it looks like those game cards are indeed coming soon
a report from the Taipei Times mentioned that flash memory maker
chronics is moving on its 3d and in the second half of 2020 and apparently their
first customer is Nintendo the chronics is the company behind the flash memory
and the current switch game cards so when it’d be surprising to see them
handling 64 gigabyte option as well this is big news for game makers up there
this is big news for the Nintendo switch but the one thing that I’m kind of
worried or not saying worried more so are just kind of like want to know a bit
more about is how much this is gonna cost because there isn’t a lot of
developers out there that have been using a 32 gigabyte cartridge right that
is available for developers to use and almost nobody has used that I think I
can count on one hand the amount of 32 gigabyte cartridge games out there
Dragon Quest Heroes 1 and 2 that’s one of them we have The Witcher 3 which is I
think the only Western game we also have I think Final Fantasy it was like 10 and
10 – and that like that double pack that uses a 32 gigabyte cartridge as well for
the Asian released here in the West it was just like a download code for the
other game so there aren’t many games out there that use it and there might be
another game or so but for the most part there are no more than 5 games I don’t
think so so to see a 64 gigabyte option even though developers have had options
for 32 gigabytes for a while but have kind of refrained from using it because
of the cost of the cartridge tells me a couple things well one that if there’s a
64 gigabyte option coming out in 2020 that means they’ve gotten the 32
gigabyte option for a cheaper price or the cheaper price will be secured so we
could see more developers put out games on the 32 buy option if that has been
reduced in price another thing that tells me is that
maybe just maybe that everything has been reduced so even with a 16 gigabyte
cartridge and also with the 64 gigabyte cartridge you’re gonna get way better
prices than what we got before and I would hope that that would be the case
because it’s already been three years or we’re going to be going on three years
of the Nintendo switch in 2020 and we were supposed to see these cartridges
apparently back at the end of line 27 or something like that something
happened to where whether it was the 32 gigabyte cartridge and that was causing
some issues in terms of production maybe there was enough orders coming in maybe
there was just issues with the pricing and what they were playing on doing it
just caused a big rift and it caused the 64 gigabyte cartridges to be delayed now
there was some rulers tying all of this back to like Grand Theft Auto and that
that’s going to be coming because if grand theft auto was going to come it
have to be on a 64 gigabyte cartridge considering how big that game is so does
this mean that we could see Grand Theft Auto 5 for example that game on the
Nintendo switch in 2020 I don’t know about all that but that’s definitely
going to be the speculation that people are going to be putting out there
considering that that’s one of the main things with the Nintendo switch some
people look at it as oh well it’s all about like the power of the system and
that’s why some games aren’t coming over but that’s just not the case I think a
lot of developers would have more issues with just the space limitations of what
the Nintendo switch cartridge is and they don’t want to do the whole ok well
download like 75 gigs on your Nintendo’s switch because most people aren’t going
to have enough space doesn’t have that default in the system because it uses
that expensive flash memory onboard and there’s just not going to be a lot of
that I mean yes there’s expandable memory but some developers just like
we’re not going to do that it’s not going to be profitable for us so I think
that having this option here or even reducing the 32 gigabyte option to where
it’s the price of the 16 gigabyte option and maybe the 64 gigabyte option is only
slightly more expensive than the 32 gigabyte option that would be a very
good thing but I’m still wary of like a couple things like I stated here just
because the price of this because we already know like 32 isn’t very common
like what’s these 64 gigabyte cartridges going to be but it’s going to be
interesting to see going forward who actually uses this and what happens with
it because once again that was one of the like big things where is the space
app for some of these games but we’ll just have to wait and see how it all
plays out now one more thing that I want to get into with these cartridges and
with micronics and everything and going to Nintendo switch I think that this
might prompt Nintendo maybe to start using bigger cartridges as
– because they really only use 16-gigabyte cartridges Nintendo doesn’t
really go over that so maybe they’ve even secured for them at least for their
own games – where they can have a 32 gigabyte cartridge be standard maybe
Metroid Prime for for example that game could be like a 32 gigabyte cartridge
game or maybe even more so I’m pretty sure it’ll be optimized but I think that
this opens up avenues and opens up lanes for not only third-party developers but
for Nintendo themselves but if I had to guess if I had to put some games out
there that could take advantage of the 64 gigabyte cards I think there is a
number of stuff out there obviously ubisoft’s games
Ubisoft intend Oh have a good relationship so maybe we see more of
Ubisoft games come over we saw the Assassin’s Creed games come over with
the Nintendo switch which those did get a physical release so maybe we see some
of the other stuff that you saw puts out like a rainbow 6 or something like that
on the 64 gigabyte cartridges or the cheaper 32 gigabyte cartridges we can
also look at something like Call of Duty for example maybe come over to
Nintendo’s switch because those games are always like 500 gigabytes on the
PlayStation 4 and the Xbox one you want to download those games you want to put
those games into your system and play right away you absolutely want to be
sitting there and installing the game for a very long time unless you preload
it or something like that so maybe this will bring over a Call of Duty to the
Nintendo switch because maybe that was an issue for Activision which would be
the cartridge size heck they had to call of duty games on the Wii U there was
Call of Duty on the Nintendo DS so maybe they finally get on board with a 32
gigabyte cartridge or a 64 gigabyte cartridge down that those are going to
be coming out in 2020 I also think that pretty much any other Western developer
that has maybe released some content I’m gonna tend to switch but not other
things could jump in at this point maybe we see something else from like a tape –
right they’ve had some games on the Nintendo platforms out there they have
like la noir I know that was wrong starring them kind of teaming up to put
that on the Nintendo switch we did hear about all the different port studios the
main ones like panic button virtuals there
working on content for the Nintendo switch they’re all working on
unannounced games from what we understand from the different interviews
that they’ve made from 2019 they’re pretty much always working always
working on new content maybe some of them are taking advantage and
interpreting some of these PlayStation 4 and Xbox one games and that maybe even
the next generation for Microsoft and Sony maybe they’re even working with
them so they can put that on the Nintendo switch with these scalable
engines like Unreal Engine 4 and a lot of different stuff that they’ve already
been using on the Nintendo switch ps4 and it’s going to go to PS 5 and the
next Xbox and all of that or the Xbox series X or just they said the new Xbox
guys let’s just get this right it’s just call Xbox this is what it’s called for
the Xbox series X but that’s just a series of the Xbox so I think that it
really comes at a good time obviously 2020 is gonna be a great year
for gaming we have the new systems that are coming out we have potentially these
64 gigabyte cartridges to where we can see bigger games from these developers
and then also maybe we see utilization of the 32 gigabyte cartridge more since
maybe that one has went down in price so it was kind of like a lot of things to
look over and a lot of things to analyze and it’s going to be interesting because
you know there’s gonna be all sorts of rumors and talks rolling around with
this whole 64 gigabyte cartridge thing so it’s gonna be interesting to see how
it all plays out but what are you guys thoughts on this let me know what you
think about the 64 gigabyte cartridges and what games could potentially come
over with that extra space unlocked if they feel like spending the money on
those cartridges let me know your thoughts in the comment section below
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