As you will no doubt have noticed, our PAYDAY 2 review is now live, and we quite liked the co-op crime simulation, if we're honest.

What we didn't expect to see was the name Sumo Digital in the game's credits. The UK-based studio is perhaps most famous for its work in the racing genre, but it would seem it has a neat little sideline in Switch ports, too. Alongside Panic Button and Virtuos, Nintendo's console appears to be keeping plenty of people busy in the games dev industry.

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Sumo's name has been in the news recently following rumours that it is working on another Sonic-themed racing game for Sega, but could it be assisting with other ports? Feel free to speculate in the comments.