It’s not yet clear when Nintendo plans to unveil the successor to the Switch and provide details about its design and functionality, but it seems that the announcement may be imminent, with an expected launch in 2024.

Rumors are becoming increasingly detailed, and an insider who previously leaked precise information about the Team Ninja game “Rise of the Ronin” is now revealing more about the console. SoldierDelta, via WCCFTech, suggests that the “Switch 2” (or whatever it will be called) will be available in two versions. One will be a standard edition priced at $449, while the other will be a digital-only version with a lower price tag of $399. This pricing strategy mirrors what Sony did with the PlayStation 5.

Furthermore, the same insider indicates that Nintendo is aiming for a release date of September 24, 2024, which aligns with earlier reports. However, there’s allegedly a backup date of November 3 in case of any unforeseen delays.

It’s important to take all of this information with a grain of salt, as it’s still unverified speculation. Nintendo has yet to confirm any of these details officially.