Nintendo Switch Will Not Be Backwards Compatible

As it stands right now, out of all a console makers around, usually a Xbox One has retrograde compatibility, that means that developers and publishers who wish to make comparison Xbox 360 games playable on a Xbox One can do only that.

Sony has fundamentally reliable that a PS4 will not be retrograde concordant with a PS3, and sadly it looks like conjunction will a Nintendo Switch.

In an talk with TIME, Nintendo’s President Tatsumi Kimishima was asked about possibly a Switch could obey Wii U games or if gamers had to rest on ports instead. He replied by confirming that a Switch will not have retrograde compatibility. Bad news for people who like comparison games, though wish to play them on their stream console.

Kimishima says, “Switch is not back concordant with games designed for other systems, and is not now concordant with controllers designed for other systems. Support for certain controllers might be deliberate for a destiny update. In some cases, games from past systems might be re-released for a Nintendo Switch complement as possibly extended or strange versions.”

So there we have it. It looks like no one cares about retrograde harmony these days. That is only a approach it is.

Source Ubergizmo

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