Nintendo Switch Debuts At Jimmy Fallon; Zelda Breath Of The Wild Being Played In Front Of Miyamoto

Author Photo
Dec 8, 2016
31Shares
Submit

The Nintendo Switch has debuted during last night’s Jimmy Fallon show and the upcoming Zelda: Breath of the Wild was being played in front of its creator.

President of Nintendo America, Reggie Fils-Aimé, debuted Nintendo’s new upcoming hybrid platform during the Tonight Show. Jimmy was first guided through Nintendo’s mobile title Super Mario Run but later presented with the upcoming new Zelda running on the Nintendo Switch as well.

the-legend-of-zelda-breath-of-the-wild-spring-2017RelatedAonuma Reveals Zelda Breath of the Wild Has An Alternate Ending – Report

Zelda: Breath of the Wild was displayed running on both full screen and the Nintendo Switch display in handheld mode. Check out the debut of the Switch down below (skip to the 5 minute mark for the Switch part).

Judging from the Zelda gameplay show, the game runs smoothly in both docked and undocked mode which should satisfy a lot of Nintendo fans.

The Nintendo Switch will release in March 2017 and Nintendo will provide more details about the hybrid console during a special Nintendo Switch presentation on January 12. The platform will be playable for selected press on January 13.

Submit