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Epic Games Japan Says Many Unreal Engine Games Heading To Nintendo Switch

We already know that the upcoming Nintendo Switch has Unreal Engine 4 support but many are wondering just how many games are in development for the platform that support the gorgeous engine. Takayuki Kawasaki, territory manager for Epic Games Japan, has revealed that there’s a number of Japanese games in the works for the Nintendo Switch that use Unreal Engine 4. Kawasaki says that some of these are already announced major titles and some are brand new games. One of the games that we know uses Unreal Engine 4 is Dragon Quest XI which has already been confirmed for the console. Kawasaki, finished of by saying that he hopes that the Japanese home console will flourish with the arrival of the Nintendo Switch.

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