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The Nintendo Switch Supports Sony’s PhyreEngine

The Nintendo Switch supports Sony’s PhyreEngine, the engine used to power games such as Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, OlliOlli 2, Gunslugs, and Dragon Quest Builders. The news comes from a fan on Twitter who, when reading the licensing document of the free Dragon Quest Builders demo, noticed that the title was developed by using Sony’s engine.

This could pave the way for more games that use the engine to come over to Switch in the future. It’s also worth noting that, as well as all recent Playstation hardware using it, Xbox One, iOS, and Android do as well.

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16 thoughts on “The Nintendo Switch Supports Sony’s PhyreEngine”

    1. Infinite Kalas X3, The Sonyendo King

      He knows (I hope) so just let him have his fun. As long as him, and others like him, don’t go around actually shooting people in real life, they’re not hurting anyone. Well except maybe people that take them way too seriously.

    1. Nintendo First Order Commander Quadraxis

      ||On the contrary, we will purify this system and use it against the Sonyan imbeciles…||

  1. Infinite Kalas X3, The Sonyendo King

    The thought of Final Fantasy X & X-2 on a Nintendo system feels very, very weird. @.@ Maybe they can get re-releases on Switch in time for Final Fantasy X-3 which rumor has it might be in the making. (Probably in development hell right now, though, since Square Enix seems busy with loads of other things that might be more pressing…)

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