Here’s the Video Reportedly Showing Nintendo Switch in Action

Feb 17, 2017

The Nintendo Switch won't hit store shelves until early March, but a new video has surfaced claiming to show the upcoming game console in action.

A YouTube user going by the handle "Dystify" on Thursday published a video to the site showing what the person claims, is the actual Nintendo Switch's user interface, or software. The video shows a person, who is not identified in the clip, set up the device for the first time. The software walks the person through the set-up process, instructs them on how to use the Switch, and more.

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The Nintendo Switch is the iconic game company's latest home console. But unlike traditional consoles that are always tethered to the television, the Switch comes with multiple components for home and mobile gaming. When at home, players can plug the Switch into a dock and play their games on the television. When they're ready to hit the road, the device can be detached from the dock and plugged into control sticks, allowing them to play while mobile. No game progress is lost in the swap from one playing method to another.

The Switch's success is critically important to Nintendo (ntdoy). The game company has watched revenue slide in the home console market as gamers continue to focus on other devices, like Microsoft's (msft) Xbox One and Sony's (sne) PlayStation 4. And over the last several years, players have increasingly ignored Nintendo's Wii U, a console the company has stopped manufacturing in anticipation of the Switch.

Meanwhile, Nintendo's mobile business, which has long been the lifeblood of its operation thanks to iconic hits like the Game Boy, has been hobbled by the ever-growing popularity of games users can play on their smartphones and tablets. That trend has forced Nintendo to bring some of its biggest franchises, including Super Mario, to handsets.

It's impossible to confirm whether the Switch featured in the YouTube video is indeed the real thing. But according to gaming-site IGN, which earlier reported on the clip, a person using the handle "hiphoptherobot" on gaming forum NeoGAF was apparently shipped the Switch early and subsequently published the video of his or her findings. After the set-up process was unveiled, the aforementioned "Dystify" YouTube account also published a clip detailing all of the items in the Nintendo Switch box, apparently from the bundle shipped to "hiphoptherobot."

Those who have pre-ordered the Switch or have interest in buying the device soon won't need to wait long to perform their own unboxing: the Switch hits store shelves on March 3. It'll retail for $300.

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