Ninjala has just released for the Nintendo Switch and it’s developed by GungHo Online Entertainment. The online multiplayer brawler has an eight-player brawler mode, team battles, ranked matches, and even some story DLC to dive into the lore. You can download it now for free on the eShop, but the big question here is: is Ninjala coming to Xbox One. Well, we have an answer for you right here, but it’s not the best news.
Ninjala on Xbox One
We’re sorry to be the ones to tell you this, but unfortunately, GungHo Online Entertainment has not announced or has ever talked about the online game coming to Xbox One, or any other platforms out there.
Even if you head to the official Ninjala website, you’ll notice a Switch logo in the top-right corner, but nothing else. Considering Ninjala was announced back in 2018 for the Switch and for the Switch only, there’s very little chance that we’ll see a release anywhere else.
For now, you’ll just have to play Ninjala on a Nintendo Switch, but hey, at least the game can be downloaded for free!
And, if the developers do decide to announce/release Ninjala for Xbox One or any other platforms, we will be sure to update this guide accordingly.
And that’s all we have to say about Ninjala coming to Xbox One. If you’re playing the game right now on the Nintendo Switch, make sure to check out our tips and tricks guide right here. It’s perfect for newcomers who are trying to get higher in the ranks.
If you have any questions about this guide, please feel free to drop a comment down below and we’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible.
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