With The Nintendo Switch being able to support quite a number of upcoming AAA titles, Rainbow Six Seige fans may be asking for the game to appear on the Nintendo Switch. However, fans should not be holding their breath for it.
Ubisoft seems to be bringing their Wii era Sports Party onto the Nintendo Switch. This comes as the Australian classification board has rated the game as G for General audience on the Nintendo Switch.
In Ubisoft’s latest financial call for the first financial quarter of 2018 (ending June 30), the company revealed the proportion of sales coming from every video game platform.
Japanese users surfing on Google Japan were astonished to find that the search engine has replaced legendary game creator Shigeru Miyamoto’s photo with another man.
In a recent Q&A video featuring Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, the CEO shared that more “surprise” collaborations with Nintendo will continue in the future and are in the works as we speak.
Ubisoft has had quite a chummy run with Nintendo, especially with Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle and its upcoming Donkey Kong DLC. Talking to Geoff Keighley, Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, talked more about Ubisoft’s special relation with Nintendo.
Although listed as a DLC, Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong DLC can be an entire game by itself.
Starlink: Battle For Atlas for Switch may come in physical form however players will have to take note that the game will still require a 15GB content download to be playable. As 15GB is roughly half the size of the Switch’s internal storage, players may want to consider getting a MicroSD for the game.
The Switch version of the Starlink: Battle for Atlas, is now up for preorder on Amazon. The Switch version of the game will come with a few exclusives such as:
Ubisoft has announce the release date for their upcoming Donkey Kong Adventure DLC for Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle on the Nintendo Switch.