Rumour: Amazon Placeholders point to upcoming Nintendo Direct

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The Nintendo Switch had a very solid development throughout the year.

Video game stories from other sites on the web.

However, with the Switch having some issues (Namely their storage and support).

The talk itself, regardless of feelings about the nature of such hacking, was interesting; after all, it delved into detail on what makes the Switch tick, and even the sorts of changes Nintendo implemented to make hacking tougher compared to the 3DS, for example.

According to the discovery, Amazon published 18 product pages corresponding to new releases for Nintendo Switch.

Prices on these games range from $59.99 all the way up to $99.99. Additionally, every preorder is set for December 27, 2019, most likely as a placeholder.

I can assume that the games with the $99.99 United States dollars price tag are games that will be using 64 GB cartridges, which will be coming by next year.

The image provided below shows the result of the search at the time ResetEra found the leak. While the actual exploit will not be released, a homebrew launcher is coming.

With no upcoming Nintendo Switch Events officially announced, fans are still buzzing...

A lot of people have speculated that this leak is due to a Nintendo Direct that's going to happen in January. It has definitely worked so far, at least when it comes to the first batch of Nintendo Switch first party games; we'll see how they fare next year.