Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Ed Boon teases game for Nintendo Switch

Ed Boon teases game for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo is known for its family-friendly consoles, but it seems like the Switch will not be known as %100 family friendly. There have been initiatives to include more PG-rated adventures in more recent consoles, but only now, after releasing the Switch, has Nintendo's main Japan HQ espoused more developers to come up with titles geared for mature gamers.

Inti Creates, the studio behind shooter Gal*Gun 2, is one of several studios that Nintendo has approached. While this was a growing concern for many fans looking for more mature content Nintendo has seemingly heard the outcry and is expressing that it wants to "grow up". Despite having their own exclusive fighting games, it seems that the Nintendo Switch is experiencing a trend when it comes to porting a variety of video games that the platform has never had before such as "NBA 2K18" and Bethesda's "Skyrim".

Creator of the fighting game "Injustice 2", Ed Boon, has hinted that porting the game to the Nintendo Switch is not impossible at all.

According to Boon, while NetherRealm is interested in exploring games for the Switch, they may need to seek outside help in doing so.

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Thus Xbox One players could play with others on different platform including the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo itself told the Journal that it's pursuing these titles in order to diversify its offering on the Switch: "As with books, television and movies, different content is meant for different audiences". That was when Minecraft was also added into the picture, allowing players to play across platforms. Black Riddles, the developer announced the public that their third-person shooter will be available in 2018 for all platforms, including the PS4 and supporting cross-play support to all platforms except for the PS4.

Last month, Credit Suisse raised its sales forecast for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo expects to sell 20 million units by the end of 2017. The analyst believes that despite being both a home console and a handheld, the Switch will sell more like a traditional portable games system.

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