After we released a report last week about Nintendo NX’s advanced vibration technology and motion sensing capabilities in its new Wii Remote replacement controller, Let’s Play video game learned some additional information about the current NX development hardware version.
According to an anonymous source who contacted Let’s Play Video Games after the last report, we understand that the current NX development hardware not only has a separate D-Pad, which is different from the solid board normally used by Nintendo, but the system also has a sharing button. Similar to PS4.
The share button is represented by the small icon of the camera, and obviously still images and videos can be uploaded directly to Miiverse, Twitter, Facebook or YouTube. You can also save images or videos to external storage devices for easier transfer to PC.
Although the reason for switching to the split D-Pad is not yet clear, the header image above was drawn by a source familiar with the current NX development kit, and paired with a second source that provides reliable leaks. Match the description of the toolkit layout. Regarding past Nintendo products.
Therefore, do you want the opportunity to upload NX game screens to YouTube, or are you worried that all the uploaded screens will be matched by Nintendos legal team or brought directly back to Content ID?