Ubisoft is quite interested in bringing its titles to Nintendo Switch, like Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Steep. However, Ubisoft is not keen on just stopping here as the company has announced that it will be bringing more of its titles to Nintendo Switch.
During the company’s recent quarterly financial conference, Ubisoft has revealed that the company is looking to bring more of its games to Nintendo Switch other than the already announced ones. However, Ubisoft does not share any specifics about what these games will be.
In related news, while Ubisoft has announced that Steep will be coming to Switch but, according to a report, that might not be true at all. According to a report, Ubisoft is finding it very difficult to port Steep to Nintendo Switch.
According to the report, Ubisoft is facing “big difficulties” to port the game. The report suggests that running the game on Switch is not a problem for Ubisoft but, the actual problem is the online features. The report suggests that Ubisoft is finding it so difficult that the company has brought in Nintendo for help.
Speaking of third party titles for Switch, it seems that Platinum Games might be planning to bring Bayonetta to Switch. The studio posted a very interesting image of its official Twitter account which might suggest that Bayonetta is coming to Switch.
Also, there are other third-party games, like WWE 2K18 and FIFA 18, will release for the hybrid console this fall. Also, developers have assured that WWE 2K18 for Switch will not be based on last-gen consoles as FIFA 18 will be.
The Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 will be developed on a different game engine from the PS4, Xbox One, and PC version as EA has revealed that Frostbite engine will be exclusive to PC, Xbox One, and PS4 versions.