Nintendo Switch Trailer Becomes Most Popular Video on NoA's YouTube Account
That didn't take long.
There is a new most-popular video for Nintendo of America's YouTube account. The reveal trailer for Nintendo's new console, the Nintendo Switch, is now the most-viewed video on the channel. In just a day, the video has racked up more than 10 million views, surpassing the trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild from E3 this year, which has 9.3 million views as of this writing.
The Nintendo Switch video also has a very positive like-to-dislike ratio. It has more than 341,000 likes and only 13,000 dislikes. You can watch the video again in the embed above.
The Nintendo of America YouTube account is just one place where the Nintendo Switch video was hosted. It has 1.79 million views on the Nintendo Japan YouTube account and a further 553,000 views on the Nintendo UK account.
Nintendo Switch is a console/mobile hybrid device, as rumors prior to its official unveiling suggested. It features a tablet-like screen that sits in a "Nintendo Switch Dock" and connects it to a TV for traditional couch gaming.
When the tablet is lifted out of the dock it will "instantly" transition into a portable mode for playing games on the go. It also uses detachable controllers called "Joy-Cons," and these can attach onto the sides of the tablet or onto a "Grip" accessory so that it's "mirroring a more traditional controller."
For lots more on the Nintendo Switch, check out GameSpot's recent coverage in the links below.
- Nintendo Switch: Reveal Trailer and All the New Details
- New Mario Game Teased for Nintendo Switch
- Nintendo Switch Development Partners Include Skyrim, Resident Evil, Dark Souls Devs, and More
- Xbox Boss Reacts to Nintendo Switch Announcement
- Nintendo Switch's Amiibo Support Confirmed
- Skyrim Not Confirmed for Nintendo Switch, Despite Appearing in Video Reveal
- Nintendo Switch Could "Redefine" Gaming, Ubisoft Says
- The Nintendo Switch Dock Is "Not the Main Console"
- Nintendo Switch Price, Hardware Specs May Not be Revealed This Year
- Nintendo Stock Value Drops 6.5 Percent After Switch Reveal, Some Analysts Doubt Its Appeal