Beautiful looking action, craft, farming titles Sakuna: Rice and the ruins This system wasn’t part of the original plan, which may seem like a great switch, but believe it or not.
Kenji Hosoi, Executive Vice President of XSEED Games, spoke with Siliconera to reveal how Nintendo actually approached them ()Marvelous subsidiary) Many times about bringing games to hybrid platforms. Edelweiss’s efforts seem to have paid off. This is because the switch version of the game had a “2 to 1” pre-order than the PlayStation 4 release.
This is Hosoi’s words.
Initially, our plan was to release only on PC and PS4, but after that disaster When it was announced that was in progress, Nintendo’s contacts at the time contacted me many times to consider releasing the game on Nintendo Switch.
Initially hesitated because the first few contacts weren’t part of the original plan and had to reschedule everything, but after many discussions with Nintendo, how passionate they were in the game. After asking if it is, we will release the game on the switch that was finally decided.
That wasn’t an easy question for Edelweiss, but everyone agreed that Switch would be a great platform for the game. When I think about it later, I’m just grateful to Nintendo for actively introducing the game, and I’m glad that they took their request seriously. In terms of sales impact, we see large 2 to 2 launch orders on Switch. 1 on PS4.
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