The Nintendo Switch is the latest game console to be given a high-profile fix by Nintendo.
The Switch is being hailed as a revolution in the console’s future, but a new report claims that the company is also planning a major overhaul.
The Verge reported that Nintendo is planning to overhaul the Switch to make it more accessible, and that the Switch will also be redesigned to make the console more convenient for consumers.
The article also claimed that Nintendo plans to bring the Switch outfitted with a power cord that could be attached to the back of the console to power up.
A Switch that can power itself would help Nintendo’s console stand out from competitors such as the PlayStation 4, which currently sells for around $600.
The new Switch would be able to plug into the wall or power off its batteries at home.
It’s a bold plan, and one that would be welcomed by consumers who are worried about the Switch’s power consumption.
However, the article also said that Nintendo was still planning to sell its Switch for a $60 price tag.
The Nintendo 3DS also sells for $100 and the PlayStation Vita sells for about $50.
According to the Verge, Nintendo has said it plans to overhaul its Switch to allow it to power itself, but has also been cautious about the impact of its plans on its existing hardware.
The company has also said it would be “committed to making a significant investment in new hardware” as part of its effort to boost sales.