Nintendo’s new console is due out this March. It will launch with five games, but the only one that matters is Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. A game that can be played on the Wii U. After that, there’s a drought of games until the holiday season.
The way a platform prospers between its first party titles is third party titles. Nintendo claims they’ll have stronger third party support, but we’ve already seen Mass Effect Andromeda, Borderlands 3 and Titanfall 2 pass on The Switch.
The latest publisher to pass on the new platform is Capcom. According to our plug, Capcom will not be bringing Resident Evil 7 to The Switch. Resident Evil producer said he likes what they’re bringing to the table, but there just isn’t any plans to port over Resident Evil. It’s weird too because Capcom is listed as one of Nintendo’s “on board” third party developers. Maybe we’ll see some Capcom games somewhere down the road.
To read up more on what the Nintendo Switch has to offer click here. Now, this is the part where the comment section claims they don’t purchase Nintendo consoles for third party titles & I’m Nintendo hater. All the other positive Nintendo articles I’ve written don’t matter when you get emotional over your plastic. Proceed.