New Nintendo Switch Controller Info and More Revealed During Livestream [UPDATE: IT'S OVER]

Nintendo's second livestream for the Switch has ended.

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[UPDATE] The stream has ended.

[UPDATE] During the broadcast, Nintendo revealed some further details about the Switch's joy-con controllers. Specifically, we learned that the controllers are constantly charging when connecting to the system. Additionally, they automatically sync to the system when physically attached.

Keep checking back with GameSpot for more--the stream is ongoing and can be watched below.

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Following all the big news from last night's Nintendo Switch event, a second livestream is scheduled for this morning. As announced previously, Nintendo its holding a games-focused Nintendo Treehouse event today, January 13, beginning at 6:30 AM PT / 9:30 AM ET.

We will add a livestream embed here as the show draws closer.

Nintendo hasn't said which games will be on display, but we'd imagine some of the titles shown during the Switch event last night will be there. We might get to see more of first-party games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, 1-2-Switch, Arms, and Mario Kart 8, or third-party titles like Skyrim, FIFA, or Ultra Street Fighter II.

For lots more on the Nintendo Switch, which launches on March 3 for $300, check out GameSpot's roundup of all the big news and trailers from the January 12 presentation here. You can also see a roundup of all the confirmed games here.

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