Nintendo Switch Developer Menu Accidentally Shown

Nintendo Switch Developer Menu Accidentally Shown

When you're watching a Nintendo Switch trailer and you see a group of friends having the time of their young lives from atop a city sky scrapper, just remember that you're not seeing real in-game footage on that little six and a half inch screen that everybody is crowded around. 

As pointed out and captured by mocolostrocolos on NeoGAF, it appears that Nintendo Portugal made the mistake of uploading their new Super Bowl ad this morning without including the gameplay on the actual device itself. The result is our first look at a Nintendo Switch with the developer menu displayed. Take a look!

On the top right you can see that the battery shows a percentage. Nice addition that we haven't seen yet. Perhaps users can toggle the option to display battery percentage.

Notice the bottom right hand corner where it displays the internal storage? Yeah, that's 64GB instead of the retail 32GB that consumers will be getting. Maybe this is a sign of a different SKU that will be released sometime in the future? 

Other than that, there's not much else to see, but hey, now you know what a dev unit looks like. 

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