The Nintendo Switch reveal video brought with it a lot of excitement, though it was rather light on the details. Granted, after months of absolute silence from Nintendo, just a look at the console was enough for most fans. Of course, many were probably a bit miffed when it was said that no more Switch details would be divulged for 2016, but it looks like we won't have to wait very far into 2017 to hear more about it.

During Nintendo's Financial Briefings today, Tatsumi Kimishima announced that a Nintendo Switch Presentation will be globally livestreamed from Japan on 12th January, U.S. time. Among the things discussed here, we'll receive the release date of the console, pricing, and a look at the lineup of games in development. At later dates after the presentation, Nintendo will then be putting on Switch demo and sampling events in the U.S. and Europe so that the public can get some hands-on time with the new hybrid console.

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[source nintendo.co.jp]