Nintendo Switch Third-party Developer Was Asked To Rush Major Games

By   /   May 9, 2017
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Nintendo Switch has been doing well and it seems that Nintendo has learned a lot from the previous console that failed badly. Plus there is Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which has helped a lot when it comes to Nintendo Switch sales. Nintendo has also provided developers with the tools needed to make games faster and it is encouraging developers to release titles.

Reports claim that Nintendo asked a third-party developer to release major titles as soon as possible. As of right now, we do not know which developer this is and which games are being talked about here but it is a matter of time before we get more information regarding the matter.

This information was found on Asia Nikkei so it is most likely that the developer is Japanese. The Nintendo Switch does not have a great library of games at the moment and by now most people will have finished Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Fortunately, there are new games coming out soon.

Not a few analysts have the impression that Nintendo has learned from its mistakes with its previous console, the Wii U. The company has sought to make it easier to create games for the Switch by expanding the scope of development tools. It is also pushing developers to expand the Switch game lineup quickly. An executive at one software company said Nintendo asked it to introduce major releases “as early as possible.”

Third-party developers have confirmed that they will be supporting the new console and will be releasing games for the Nintendo Switch. We also heard about a Mario + Rabbids crossover RPG crossover happening and we learned that the game is already in development. This could be something that might interest you.

Let us know what you think about the Nintendo Switch games library and whether or not you think there are good games available to play right now.

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