Nintendo Switch Titles In Development & Software Publishers Interest Has Increased Since Reveal

Nintendo revealed today that since their official reveal of the Nintendo Switch on January 13th, there’s been a much increased interest by software publishers. The number of Nintendo Switch titles in development has also increased by at least 20% with even more games in development since the console was revealed which is very impressive and shows the interest is there.

Here’s the full statement regarding the increase in planned titles on the Nintendo Switch along with¬†software publisher interest.

After the presentation on January 13, we have continued to receive requests from more and more software publishers who want to develop games for the system. At the presentation, we announced that there were over 80 titles in development from more than 50 software publishers, but that number has now climbed to over 100 titles from more than 70 publishers. Please look forward to more announcements about the software lineup in the future.

What games are you hoping to see in development for the Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  1. It’s nice to see it increasing as it looks better but a lot of those games are ones I would rather buy for the PS4 or already have them so it doesn’t impress me. The Switch is mainly just for the exclusives for me so I would love to see Nintendo making a new Luigi’s Mansion

    • PS4 sucks.

      • You suck.

  2. Nintendo, give us Metroid and F-zero damn it (no harm announcing that Pokemon game either)
    As for the 3rd parties, yeah, I had a thing for the first Red Steel, could see that being a good proper built game (Ubi did alright first time, Wii hardware wasn’t up to it though).
    Annnnd I cant be bothered typing anymore. (on phone, work break)

  3. I hope that the Nintendo Switch will have a Monster Hunter game. I very much love that series of games!

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