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Saber Interactive Says That Devs Can Get More Out Of The Switch


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition is one of the most impressive releases on the Nintendo Switch so far, no one would have ever thought that a game this massive would be playable on Nintendo’s hybrid console.

Of course, Saber Interactive did what many thought impossible, but with some sacrifices and further polish to the experience with several updates – enhancing performance and adding multiple graphical options. The company is now working on the development of World War Z for the system. In a recent interview with Wccfetch, Saber Interactives CEO and founder Matthew Karch said that working on World War Z for the Nintendo Switch is “actually more challenging” than the Witcher 3. He also mentioned how the system still has some untapped power left and said that more developers can get more out of the system:

We are big fans of the Nintendo Switch and feel there is still a lot of great potential in the hardware and the platform. We have had enormous success so far, launching many titles on the Switch, and we are continuing to develop for the platform. We do feel there is more developers can get out of the Switch hardware

The fact that Saber Interactive managed to port a game on the Nintendo Switch that was said to be ‘impossible,’ I’ll have to take Karch’s word that developers can do more with Nintendo’s current console.

What other ambitious games would you like to see ported onto the Nintendo Switch? Are there any third-party titles, in particular, that you can see running on the Switch eventually? Let me know in the comment section below.

(Source: wccftech)


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