Remedy Entertainment’s upcoming action adventure game, Control, has had fans buzzing ever since it was revealed at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s E3 2018 press conference. Unique concepts, visuals, and controls have looked impressive in what has been shown off so far. With that in mind, many are curious as to where they will be able to play the game one it is released. Here is everything you need to know about if Control is coming to Nintendo Switch.
Will Control Get a Nintendo Switch Release?
Control’s futuristic story is an attention grabber too, placing players in the shoes of Jesse Faden, the newest Director for the mysterious Federal Bureau of Control. Utilizing powerful abilities, she is tasked with containing and studying phenomena which violate the laws of reality.
As of writing this, Control is not currently scheduled to get a Nintendo Switch release. Currently, the game is set to release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Aug. 27, 2019.
While this news may not make Nintendo fans too happy, it isn’t entirely too surprising. Since being founded in 1995, Remedy Entertainment has never released a game on a Nintendo console. Of all of the major console makers, the company has had the longest relationship with Microsoft.
In collaboration with Microsoft, Remedy Entertainment brought a few console exclusives to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Those titles include Alan Wake, Death Rally, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, and Quantum Break.
All hope isn’t entirely lost though Nintendo fans, as Remedy Entertainment seems to be branching back out with Control, returning to a Sony console for the first time since Max Payne 2 back in 2003.
Alongside that, Nintendo is porting more AAA titles to the Switch every day. Even games like CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3 have received ports, so Control isn’t that out of the question in the near future.
That’s everything you need to know about if Control is coming to Nintendo Switch. For more tips and tricks on the game once it releases on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, be sure to search for Twinfinite.