In their Second Quarter Financial presentation to investors, Nintendo confirmed that there are plans for a successor to the Nintendo Switch, but that it would come at an unspecified date in “20XX”.

“Nintendo plans to continue to expand its business around the core concept of creating unique integrated hardware-software products,” they said but offered no further information on any details of the hardware would entail. In the presentation, Nintendo has included no images, but rather merely a question mark.

The reports shown in the presentation indicate Nintendo’s plans to increase their game development capacities by up to $900 million. They will also be investing $2.7 billion into developing relationships with customers, emphasizing their interest in shopping and theme parks.

Nintendo released the Nintendo Switch OLED model on October 8, an upgraded version of the original console that was released in 2017 which “features a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, 64 GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio.”