Ubisoft Announced Big Plans For Nintendo Switch - Other Confirmed Game Titles Unveiled Incredible Trailers [WATCH]

Jan 04, 2017 11:06 AM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

Game developer Ubisoft has announced big plans for Nintendo Switch. With days remaining until the big event in New York, Switch has received multiple supports from game developers. To the delight of the fans, Nintendo Switch will receive a wide range of variety for its game library putting into consideration the addition of the Virtual Console.

A report from Nintendo Life states that Ubisoft games such as Rayman Legends, Rabbids/Mario crossover SRPG, Beyond Good and Evil 2, and the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild. The report came from a Nintendo Insider named Laura Kate Dale who has been proven correct regarding her takes of recent leaks for Nintendo Switch.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 will be an exclusive game title for 12 months with a code name Odyssey for Nintendo Switch. The Rabbids/Mario crossover SRPG will be entitled as Rabbids Kingdom Battle and is predicted to be released sometime in September.

Meanwhile, other game titles which have been confirmed for Nintendo Switch has revealed exciting trailers. One of which is Rime which was reported to cancel its agreement with Switch together with Yooka-Laylee. Today, it was reported that Rime has ended its agreement with Sony and moved to Grey Box and Six Foot.

The adventure game received updated footage which focuses on exploration and puzzle solving. The big news is that it has confirmed its participation for Nintendo Switch. The trailer was amazing, and developers promised to provide more details soon.

Indeed, Nintendo Switch's future is bright. With numerous developers looking into tapping the Switch platform, it is safe to say that Switch is on its way to revolutionizing gaming. The Nintendo Switch event will be held in New York on January 12th. It will be live streamed directly from Tokyo, Japan.

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