Nintendo Switch is coming to Europe and Australia in 2018.
The Japanese publisher is releasing a console that’s built to run on an Intel-based ARM processor, and will support 1080p and 60fps gameplay.
It’s also likely to support HDR, with the hardware able to support both HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
Nintendo is also planning to release a Nintendo Switch dock that will connect to a Nintendo TV.
The company is also making the Switch available in a variety of formats, including a limited edition of $499 (£395) with the Joy-Con controllers and $699 (£445) with Joy-Cons.
Nintendo Switch also has a special edition of £699 (£438) that will include a Nintendo console with a built-in tablet.
Nintendo Switch is due to be launched in Europe and the United States in 2018, and in Australia in 2020.
The system is set to be available in more than 50 countries in Europe, including Japan, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, and Sweden.
Nintendo’s US and European offices are currently running pre-orders for Switch in North America and the UK.