Ubisoft has come forward to announce that the company is indeed planning on releasing additional games for the Nintendo Switch. The news comes from a recent earnings call where Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot stated that new Switch games are on the way, though he didn’t specify which that fans might want to look for.
“We will have some Switch games next year,” Guillemot said during the call.
This is no doubt due in part to the success of games like Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, and to a lesser extent Just Dance 2017 and Rayman Legends. Guillemot expressed during the call that he and the team are “very happy” with the way the Switch’s sales have been going thus far, with the console having sold nearly 8 million units worldwide. Not too shabby.
In terms of what games to expect from Ubisoft on Switch going forward, currently there are a few on the docket, but anything could happen. Just because there haven’t been additional games announced yet, that doesn’t mean there aren’t a whole bushel of them coming down the pipeline. We’ll have to wait and see what’s coming.
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