Every Nintendo Switch Game Developers Confirmed So Far


Nintendo has revealed a list of partners it is working with to create games for its new console, which was officially revealed to be called Nintendo Switch. The list includes major developers and publishers such as Activision, Bethesda, Capcom, and EA, as well as mobile company DeNA, which it partnered with to develop mobile games, and software developer Unity.

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The full list was posted in an image on Twitter and you can see them all below. During its reveal video for the Nintendo Switch, games including Bethesda’s Skyrim and 2K’s NBA 2K17 were shown running on the console. A number of Nintendo’s own titles were also showcased running on the Switch. Among them were The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart, and Splatoon.

Here’s the full list of Nintendo Switch Partners, as detailed in an official press release:

  • 505 Games
  • Level-5
  • Activision Publishing
  • Marvelous
  • Arc System Works
  • Maximum Games
  • Atlus
  • Nippon Ichi Software
  • Audiokinetic
  • Parity Bit
  • Autodesk
  • PlatinumGames
  • Bandai Namco
  • RAD Game Tools
  • Bethesda
  • RecoChoku
  • Capcom
  • Sega
  • Codemasters
  • Silicon Studio Corporation
  • CRI Middleware
  • Spike Chunsoft
  • DeNA
  • Square Enix
  • Electronic Arts
  • Starbreeze Studios
  • Epic Games
  • Take-Two Interactive Software
  • Firelight Technologies
  • Telltale Games
  • FromSoftware
  • THQ Nordic
  • Frozenbyte
  • Tokyo RPG Factory
  • GameTrust
  • TT Games
  • Grasshopper Manufacture
  • Ubisoft
  • Gungho Online Entertainment
  • Ubitus
  • Hamster Corporation
  • Unity Technologies
  • Havok
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Inti Creates
  • Web Technology Corp
  • Koei Tecmo
  • Konami Digital Entertainment

As rumored prior to the official unveiling, the Switch is a home console and handheld hybrid. Players will be able to detach the analogue stick and face button parts of the Switch controller then attach them to a tablet-like device that is removed from the base unit. This allows games to be played on the go. The Switch will use cartridges instead of discs.

Source – Gamespot

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