As more publishers and developers jump on the Switch bandwagon, more game engines are being made compatible with the system.
During an interview with Wccftech a few weeks ago, Croteam's CTO Alen Ladavac and Marketing Manager Daniel Lucic revealed the developer – responsible for the Serious Sam series – was working on making its new game engine compatible with Nintendo's hybrid system. Unfortunately, they're "not sure" about its current status or when exactly it will be made available.
"Yeah. It’s become very streamlined to just ship one of our games on Xbox One or PS4 or Nintendo Switch. We are working on all of those platforms to make sure that we can at any point ship any game...As long as that platform can actually handle the amount of content, we’re probably not gonna ship the next big game older platform. But in theory, the engine supports a number of platforms."
When asked about the possibility of the first-person puzzle game The Talos Principle being released on the Switch, Daniel Lucic simply said it was "likely" to happen. If that wasn't convincing enough, for some time now the official Serious Sam and Croteam Twitter accounts have been teasing Switch support. There's also the mention of "NX" in the engine's Editor.
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