The Switch will make its appearance on 3rd of March in the United Kingdom and the USA on the same day.
Since Nintendo's new Switch hybrid system is an all-in-one combination of the 3DS' handheld mobility with a Wii U's centralized console-and-tablet hardware, 3DS owners have been anxious that their beloved handheld's days are numbered. In the current development environment, I'd say that it would take less than a year for them to port a PC game to Nintendo Switch.
That ease of software development has also been felt by Nintendo?s internal developers.
So there goes any hope of playing the game on the go (not including remote play, of course). News has come out that some retailers are actually cancelling some pre-orders since the Nintendo Switch has come in short supply.
Nintendo of America confirmed the news via a statement that said, "Wii U production has ended globally".
EA has plans to release a custom Switch version of the game, but even the developers are not sure about how differently it will be compared to the standard Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC edition.
Aside from that, iDigitalTimes has also stated that stated that pre-ordering Nintendo Switch to experience the "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" and "Splatoon 2" games first is just a waste of time and money. And it looks like many developers now agree- Nintendo doesn't need the Switch to be a powerful system for the Switch to succeed.
Millions of gamers around the world are now excited for the upcoming release of the Nintendo Switch console. Yet, this is the first occasion when somebody has affirmed about the game to such an extent.
Miyamoto stopped short of claiming that Nintendo would use Unreal to make games, but the company is obviously de-emphasizing the importance of its own tools as the sole solution for building games on the Switch.
Nintendo Switch is expected to hit stores by storm on March 3, 2017.
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