Unity, a popular video game engine that many indies and third party developers use to make games on Nintendo Switch, now supports native video capture for all games that are made with it.
The revelation was by Jools Watsham, the founder of Atooi. His company is currently developing Soccer Slammers, which makes use of Unity. We can probably expect more Nintendo Switch games supporting video capture thanks to Unity’s support.
Check out the native video captured footage below..
— Jools Watsham (@JoolsWatsham) April 20, 2018