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Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Producer Explains Why There’s No Switch Version

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet is heading to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, but there’s no Nintendo Switch version of the game. Producer Yosuke Futami spoke in a recent interview with Dual Shockers to explain why this has happened. According to Futami the game had been in development for three years and the Nintendo Switch hadn’t been announced at that point. Futami says there’s currently no plans for a Nintendo Switch version of Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, but if the fans request it then he will take it into consideration.



    1. True that I wouldnt request a game im honestly not gunna play, I LOVE SAO I and II but this gameplay seriously reminds me of Mega Man Legends. Not good

  1. Time for the fans to request it then

    I’ve never seen SAO nor do I care about it but if a Japanese game is coming to Xbox one it should really be on Switch as well

      1. Fragment and Realization.
        Stupid gameplay made with wood, ps3 (realization) or ps2 (fragment) graphics, shitty music.
        And this Bullet, promise to be the worst crap of the series.
        But have fun playing this “thing”.

  2. Kinda lame excuse, since Switch porting ease has been praised by many.
    Indie dev got their game running on Switch in a week.

  3. Eh, he didn’t have to go out of his way and explain anything.
    He is free to lose out on potential money.
    Do a limited physical release or something, but most games have been selling well on the Switch so if he wants to miss out on this love let him.
    I’m not begging for anything. If you want my money, I’m here.
    But if you don’t, I hear that there are 18 developers that do tomorrow.

  4. Weak excuse given that TT Games didn’t decide to make a Switch version of Lego Worlds until a couple of months after the Switch’s unveiling. And devs have been able to port their games to Switch within decent amounts of time

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