Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Nintendo Wants to Release 20-30 Indie Games a Week on Switch

Nintendo Wants to Release 20-30 Indie Games a Week on Switch

Digital Extremes and Panic Button didn't announce any release date or window for when the port will arrive, but the fact that it's already playable is pretty promising.

"The game will not be available on Nintendo Switch", stated 2K Sports. It's known for being very hard, with many complex menus and systems to coordinate. The game is played entirely in third person and has players using the Warframe armour as the enigmatic Tenno, descendants of an ancient and mystical civilisation, who are awakened from centuries of cyro sleep to help restore peace throughout the solar system. The missions are intense and challenging, but equally rewarding. "I'm happy to say we've addressed a lot of those for Switch".

It's a bit disheartening to see Nintendo's console missing out on a yearly sports title amidst ports of demanding AAA games such as Wolfenstein: The New Order and Doom.

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There will also be plenty to do when it arrives.

To celebrate the announcement of the Nintendo Switch edition, Defiant Development released a brand new trailer, which shows off some of the first gameplay from the new edition.

Meanwhile, Digital Extremes has a second expansion planned that will introduce space combat called Codename: Railjack. Having lots of games is fantastic, of course, but we'd rather have five gems to choose from per week than 30 mediocre games that fill a quota. Meanwhile, Switch consumers should soon be able to enjoy the benefits of easy portability and integrated TV play for even more indie titles in the future.

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