According to current reports, the Unreal Engine 4 also enjoys increasing popularity among Japanese developers. Thus, it was announced that alone for Nintendos Switch over 20 titles on the basis of the versatile graphics engine arise.
Over the past few weeks, a number of Japanese developer studios and publishers have announced that they would support Nintendo’s newly released system in the form of the switch with in-house titles.
As Takayuki Kawasaki of Epic Games Japan in a current statement to understand, the Unreal Engine 4 among Japanese developers enjoys steadily growing popularity. A trend that is also apparent on Nintendo’s switch. According to this, more than 20 titles for Switch are to be developed, which are based on the graphic engine from Epic Games.
Nintendo Switch : Over 20 Japanese games based on the Unreal Engine 4 in work
Kawasaki comments on the game as follows: “At the launch, there were unfortunately no titles that made use of the Unreal Engine, but SnakePass appeared at the end of March, and games like Shin Megami Tensei were seen at the switch presentation 20 work in progress using the Unreal Engine. ”
According to Kawasaki, Epic Games internally assumes that they will be gradually announced in the coming months. In addition, selected switch titles based on Unreal Engine 4 have already been confirmed. “Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night”, which is created under the supervision of “Castlevania” creator Koji Igarashi.
Ever since the launch of the Nintendo Switch emulation specialist Hamster has released weekly new Neo Geo classics in the eShop of the console. As Nintendo announced, more games from the House SNK will follow in the coming months , making the Switch slowly but surely a paradise for fans of the power console of the 1990s.
In addition to the already announced “Fatal Fury”, a further seven Neo Geo games are planned for publications. Including the module rarity “Garou: Mark of the Wolves” or the great shoot’em up “Last Resort” . The other titles are “Blazing Star”, “The King of Fighters”, “Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors”, “Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad” and “Sengoku” . When these appear, however, is still unknown.