We were more than a little disappointed when Micro Machines: World Series was announced for PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC but not for Nintendo Switch earlier this year. To be released on 30th June, we feel this is a game much like Rocket League which would be perfectly suited for local multiplayer on the Switch. 

In a recent interview with Gavin Cooper, Chief Game Designer of Micro Machines: World Series, the question was posed about a Nintendo Switch version of the game, and he gave a fairly hopeful reply:

I love my Switch, and there are clearly aspects of Micro Machines that make it an especially good fit for that platform. But for now, the team is wholly occupied with the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game. We’re watching what happens with the Switch with great interest, but there’s nothing more we can say right now I’m afraid.

So at least Codemasters hasn't completely ruled out a Switch port, but like so many other publishers it is watching from the sidelines to see if there is a worthwhile opportunity. As the Switch is gaining some serious momentum at present, we have our fingers crossed for a Director's Cut for Switch in the future.

Let us know if you'd like to see Micro Machines: World Series make it over to the Switch with a comment below.

[source wccftech.com]