Switches at the moment do not have a traditional d-pad. Instead, we have the four directional buttons with nothing between them and what would normally be the omnidirectional pad. Joy-Cons that had a typical d-pad.
The paint of a normal d-pad might not Nintendo controller that's been made – it's a huge deal when it comes to playing certain games both new and old. Platformers and other 2D games are probably the best examples of where this d-pad's inclusion will feel the best. Playing platformers without a d-pad has been released for the first time.
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Games like Dragon Ball FighterZ and more recently Mortal Kombat 11 Have you made your way to the switch? Circle movements and other mechanics, not having a d-pad is not exactly ideal. Nintendo's own fighter The Smash Bros. Ultimate is perhaps an exception to this, although it is better with an analog input.
Will the d-pad be a feature that'll sell the switch Lite? Almost certainly not by itself, but depending on which games you stick to, it might become one of your favorite features. Many of the older games in the Nintendo Switch Online library were designed with a d-pad in mind, so if your switch is your middleman for playing classic games, you'll get a lot out of one small input method. [19659002TheNintendoSwitchLiteisscheduledtoreleaseonSeptember20thfor$19999
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