A few weeks ago, Eurogamer reported that Nintendo NX will be a hybrid device that combines a handheld device and a home console, with detachable controllers on either side of the handheld device (thanks to Tom Phillips of Eurogamer for allowing us Use the image above).
In the past few days, “Let’s Play Video Games” learned that not only the Eurogamer report is accurate, but the detachable NX controller will support basic motion control, with fidelity similar to Wii Remote Plus, and with ” Advanced vibration force feedback” form. “.
LPVG understands that these controllers are designed to phase out Wii Remote and have many of the same functions. Players with existing Wii remotes will be able to use them for certain multiplayer games, but not all releases.
One source described the force feedback function of the controller as “very similar to the Vive controller in that it can change the intensity, pulse pattern, and vibration duration to mimic the sensation of a variety of different types of motion. This is not only in all cases There is a clear difference between the kind of vibration that is produced, the strong and sudden feedback of sword conflict and the softer, longer impact of hitting a tennis ball.”
Just Dance 2017 is one of the titles that supports the new NX detachable motion controller and Wii Remotes for multiplayer games. Since the announcement of E3 in 2016, we understand that the title is planned to be released with the console on the first day.
Today, our report is based on two independent sources, one of which was a source leaked a week before “Until Dawn: Tides of Blood” was announced last year.