Once again, Nin­ten­do con­tin­ues to deny reports that an upgrad­ed ver­sion of the Switch will be announced in 2021. In a recent Q&A (trans­lat­ed by ana­lyst David Gib­son), the com­pa­ny has “no new mod­el plan” beyond the Super Mario and Mon­ster Hunter Rise lim­it­ed edi­tion con­soles. When asked about more details regard­ing any future con­sole plans by Bloomberg reporter Takashi Mochizu­ki, Nin­ten­do stat­ed that won’t be “plan­ning to make an announce­ment any­time soon.”

Nin­ten­do con­tin­ues to remain hush-hush about the upgrad­ed con­sole, and refus­es to com­ment on reports about a new device that sup­ports 4K graph­ics and updat­ed hardware.

Ear­ly last month, dat­a­min­er ScriesM revealed Nin­ten­do’s lat­est firmware update men­tioned an upgrad­ed Switch con­sole, code­named Aula. This “Switch Pro” device will also include a new OLED screen and 4K out­put when docked, sup­pos­ed­ly con­tain­ing the Tegra X1+ chip in the Switch’s dock.

Nin­ten­do recent­ly unveiled their lat­est earn­ing reports, which showed just how suc­cess­ful the Switch real­ly is, sell­ing close to 80 mil­lion units so far. It seems unlike­ly they will release an upgrad­ed con­sole when they are still sell­ing reg­u­lar Switch’s.