Playing games might not be the only thing you’ll be doing in your Nintendo Switch soon.
This secret but not-so-secret news came as a surprise since there was no mention of it at the E3. But it seems like the Nintendo Switch may soon have support for Netflix and Youtube.
While the Switch comes with WiFi capabilities and a web browser, it doesn’t support streaming applications. Hulu is the only streamer available in the console and has been since last year. However, this is only available for users in the US and Japan.
But that might soon change. Spotted by Reddit user DevCakes, new Switch listings for Netflix, YouTube and Hulu, have appeared on Best Buy’s website. The information has since been removed but not before a screenshot was done.
Under the heading “Smart Enabled”, BestBuy promises access to “a world of instant entertainment” with Nintendo Switch.
“Just connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music, and access a wide variety of other content.”
Below the description were the three logos of Netflix, Hulu and Youtube as examples.
BestBuy has since responded to the leak saying that it was an error. Do you believe them?
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