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Nintendo Will Give You $20000 If You Hack The Switch

The Nintendo Switch is getting considerably brighter this summer Nintendo Will Give You $20000 If You Hack The Switch
Ramiro Mantilla | 14 Abril, 2017, 14:37

(Bagogames / Flickr) Sales figures for Nintendo's new console, the Nintendo Switch, is still going up, while the Xbox One is still getting snubbed in Japan.

We already know the Nintendo Switch has proved popular with fans, with the company previously revealing it to have racked up its best-ever opening weekend sales for a Nintendo console in North America.

Nintendo announced today that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has now sold a total of 1.3 million units when combined on both devices.

Switch, the new-age home gaming console system offering additional mobility convenience to user who can easily carry it on the go, has emerged as the fastest-selling video game system in Nintendo's history.

As of now, Nintendo hasn't yet released details for the price of the new Nintendo Switch console.

For those of you who still haven't been able to get your hands on a Nintendo Switch, the company says, "Nintendo is working to make sure everyone who wants a system is able to buy one, and more systems are continually being shipped". "Play in Creative Mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in Survival Mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off unsafe mobs", Nintendo says.

Arms was next on the list of new games coming out that Nintendo thinks will be a huge success.

To put it simply, Nintendo encourages hackers to hack the Nintendo Switch and will give them rewards if they found something big.

Nintendo Switch owners will also enjoy spectacular games such as the "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challenger", "NEOGEO Masterpieces", and "Puyo Puyo Tetris".

Nintendo also highlighted it's most famous character Mario in that April 28th marks the release date for Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, a rerelease of 2014's Wii U title Mario Kart 8.

The Nintendo Switch is selling fast and breaking records at Nintendo. "Arms" in June, "Splatoon 2", "Fate/Estella" in July and "Sonic Mania", "Sine Mora X", "Project Mekuru", and "Namco Museum" during summer.

I never really got exhausted of Payday 2 and only stopped playing because it was too addictive (not a bad reason to set a game down, really). This time around, it would try to rally the efforts of security savvy gamers and interested parties in helping sniff out any kind of weaknesses and security loopholes in the Nintendo Switch.