Nintendo Portugal Accidentally Reveals Footage of the Switch’s Developer Menu

Nintendo Portugal has mistakenly leaked some information regarding the internal memory of the Nintendo Switch. A couple days ago, the YouTube channel released an advertisement featuring the Switch and forgot to paste gameplay footage over the screen. Talk about a big uh-oh. Unfortunately, since viewers and fans caught the mistake early on, the video has been taken down. However, courtesy of Eurogamer, some screenshot images remain.

It isn’t clear how a mistake like this made it past so many eyes before being posted on their official YouTube channel. Fortunately, for those anticipating the arrival of the Switch, the leaked video footage reveals some interesting information on the internal memory. If you take a look at the two images above, there is much more built-in memory than originally promoted. Initially, it was advertised to hold 32 GB, rather than 64.

While that seems highly unlikely, it’s within the realm of possibility that the Switch may offer two versions – one with 32 GB of memory, and another with double that. This isn’t a phone we’re talking about, so the chances of that happening are slim to none. Then it begs the question – why has this detail not been revealed yet? That is a very notable feature Nintendo is hiding from everyone.

The Nintendo Switch console is set to release on March 3, 2017 with games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Fire Emblem, and Super Mario – among many others.

What do you think the reason is? Do you believe gamers will be greeted with a more substantial memory? What are your thoughts regarding the mistake on Nintendo Portugal’s behalf? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below, we would love to hear from you! To stay up to date on the latest gaming news, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Facebook and Twitter!

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Hoi is an elusive figure at DFTG, whose favorite past-times include chillin' in the Fade, reading manga, watching anime, collecting novelty items, and gaming.

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