Nintendo is carrying out its promise to drive first and third-party software momentum according to a new report published by Asia Nikkei. The Kyoto based company asked a Japanese third-party company to introduce its major releases as early as possible on the Nintendo Switch as it doesn’t want a repeat of how things went on the Wii U with the giant software droughts.
Not a few analysts have the impression that Nintendo has learned from its mistakes with its previous console, the Wii U. The company has sought to make it easier to create games for the Switch by expanding the scope of development tools. It is also pushing developers to expand the Switch game lineup quickly. An executive at one software company said Nintendo asked it to introduce major releases “as early as possible.”