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Epic Games Claims There Are 20 Japanese Switch Games Being Developed Using Unreal Engine 4

Snake Pass launched as the first Switch game to run on the Unreal Engine, but it seems there are lots more coming. According to Epic Games’ Japanese representative, there are about twenty Unreal Switch games being developed at the moment in Japan. This is certainly good news for Nintendo, any third party games helping bolster the Switch’s library. Check out his quote below.

“Unfortunately, there were not any Unreal Engine titles at launch, but in late March, Snake Pass, which was one of the titles playable at GDC, launched in America and Europe, and at the Nintendo Switch Presentation, there were titles such as Shin Megami Tensei. In Japan, there are about 20 titles being developed that use Unreal Engine, so I think that they’ll be announced gradually from here on”

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19 comments

      1. Not a chance in hell, Dr. Heckler/Mr. Jive! Bayonetta 2 will remain a Nintendo published exclusive game for its last-generation system. The only way that Bayonetta 2 will be ported is the Nintendo Switch.

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      2. I would love to see Bayonetta 2 on PC but sadly, thanks to Nintendo, I doubt we’ll see Bayonetta 2 outside of any Nintendo platform, especially if they fund Bayonetta 3.

        I’m not too worried, if they release Bayonetta 1+2 on Switch along with Bayonetta 3, I’ll be fine with that.

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  1. I’m gonna say that these are 5 of the 20 titles that are coming to the Switch that are using Unreal Engine 4

    Tekken 7
    Kingdom Hearts 3
    Final Fantasy VII Remake (when the PS4’s timed exclusivity runs out)
    New IP
    Bayonetta 3???

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