Nintendo Uploads Switch Super Bowl Commercial
March is getting close and all that this means for the gaming community is that Nintendo’s highly anticipated Switch console is going to arrive. It’s safe to say that the whole world is enthusiastic about Switch’s arrival, especially since it brings back classic games such as Legend of Zelda and Super Mario. While the console has already been marketed all throughout the world, a little bit more commercial won’t do anything but help some more. This seems to be Nintendo’s motto because a brand new Switch commercial has just been uploaded.
This new clip has been designed especially to be played during the Super Bowl. Nintendo carefully created the 30 second clip so that it’s able to showcase all of Switch’s features. What makes Switch so special is the fact that its a hybrid console. What this means is that it can be used as a mobile platform and as a home console at the same time. The short commercial teases just that by showing a teenager that gets out of the bed and starts using Switch right away. After that, the teenager continues to play by docking Switch to a TV set.
What’s even greater about this short commercial is that the highly anticipated Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild has been showcased as well. Legend of Zelda is considered as being the most popular of all time. This game has been played by many generations and Nintendo knows that too well. With that being said, Nintendo is doing quite a good job of capitalizing on the fact that Legend of Zelda is so widely popular among all ages.
We can be sure that Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild will be bundled alongside Switch. The same way Sony bundled its PS4 with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Leaving that aside, the trailer also teases a bunch of upcoming game such as Streetfighter and Super Mario. Nonetheless, we can be sure that Nintendo is going to take the market by storm during March. Especially since more people will be able to see Switch during the Super Bowl. In fact, the Super Bowl brings in over one hundred million viewers.