One of the surprise video game hits of 2020 is Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout - a 60-player battle royale party title inspired by hilarious television game shows like Takeshi's Castle and Total Wipeout.
Mediatonic - the developer behind this relatively new release - has an FAQ on its website. Within this, it says it would "love" to bring the game to other platforms like the Switch and Xbox further down the line.
Following on from this, Switch dataminer OatmealDome has apparently found a "NintendoSDKPlugin.dll" file within the game's files on Steam. It's supposedly been present since the original version of the game.
As noted, the support for Nintendo's SDK (software development kit) doesn't guarantee it's coming to the Switch. If you're thinking this might just be linked to Pro Controller support for the game on Steam, it's likely not that, either. OatmealDome explains why in a seperate tweet:
There's also the possibility it's all an accident on Mediatonic's behalf:
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