In the european company believes that the distinctive look of the console ensures that it will continue with supports and well in the market.
Engine Software is a team specialized in the realization of adaptations of video games. Have worked, for example, in games such as Little Nightmares, Ni no Kuni: The wrath of the White Witch or Into the Breach for Nintendo Switch. Currently have in place, to NIS America, the PC version and Switch of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III. The responsible of the team believe that the arrival of the new consoles Microsoft and Sony are not going to have a negative effect on the market for Nintendo Switch.
Ruud van de Moosdijk, vice president of development at Engine Software, has explained that in the company believe that when arrive PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at the end of this year the developers are going to continue supporting Nintendo Switch, so that you don’t anticipate the companies to abandon the platform of Nintendo.
“In my opinion, Nintendo Switch, as it happened before with Wii, exist in their own dimension of the market and will continue to yéndole well even when you have already arrived on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X,” says the executive.
“Like so many times before, Nintendo consoles have their own characteristics is unique and will not depend on having the fastest processor or the largest amount of memory. That’s why I always smile when someone says that Nintendo is finished“.
Engine Software is a company of Netherlands, founded in 1995. For many years, initially specialized in portable consoles, and even signed multiple development tools for consoles such as Game Boy Advance or Nintendo DS.
it Is the company’s video game in an active veteran of the country and have collaborated with a multitude of companies of the sector, such as Vicarious Visions, or A2M, to develop strategies for entry into new platforms for them.
January 18, 2020
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