Next-gen 3D Mario game could go exclusively on Nintendo Switch during release of new console
Nintendo Switch is the latest console from Nintendo releasing during March 2017Facebook/Nintendo

In good news for gamers, especially the Super Mario loyalists, the next-gen 3D Mario is now said to see a Nintendo Switch exclusive releasing next year along with the release of the new console during March. Game tipsters and insiders are of the view that the development work with respect to the new 3D Mario has reached climax which hints at the imminent potential release of the game.

As per noted game tipster Emily Rogers who recently took to micro-blogging site Twitter, Mario loyalists can expect more aspects beyond the 3D Galaxy and the new in-game 3D World. Emily also drops hint at the newest 3D Mario iteration even bypassing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with respect to topping charts among the list of first-exclusive games when Nintendo Switch is released during March 2017.

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As far as Nintendo's next-gen console hardware is concerned, other game tipsters (via YouTube videos given at the end of the article) have already started speculating about the 'hidden' features that were not revealed during launch of the device. These aspects are said to be made public during the official release of the Switch. Check out, some of these seemingly 'concealed' details, below:

  • The touchscreen: At this point in time, Nintendo is yet to issue an official statement with regard to the screen of the Switch being touch enabled. The Switch's glass display, on external looks, resembles very much to that of conventional tablets, thereby hinting at the fact that the display is touch-enabled.
  • Nintendo Switch can be charged on the move: The official trailer of the Nintendo Switch itself provides cues with regard to the usability of a cable to plug into an external source for charging. It is also rumoured that Nintendo will offer a USB Type-C port for charging via an external source.
  • Support for MicroSD card: In the official trailer of Nintendo Switch, there is a rectangular area below its kickstand that is reminiscent of a microSD card slot.