Game development engine Unity has announced on its official blog that the latest version has been released and that it now includes native support for the Nintendo Switch. The latest version of the engine brings it to version 5.6. There’s a number of Unity games on Switch available and also coming soon including Super Bomberman R and Yooka-Laylee.
“With the option to play docked console-style or handheld on-the-go, the Nintendo Switch offers a new opportunity for creators to think a bit differently about their games. Several Unity titles like Super Bomberman and Snipperclips presented at GDC on Unity booth have been released already. We are happy to announce that support for Nintendo Switch is now available (note that current support is based on Unity 5.5, Unity 5.6 support will be available during the 5.6.x cycle).”