I'm only being half-sarcastic when I say that I'm looking forward to playing it on the Switch in 2020. Some people are saying that it was built from the ground up which would explain the long silence on the Switch version and the lack of in-game footage until now. Some people are also saying they're teasing new content, which I hope is true because SE is going to need more than just Japanese voice acting to convince people to buy the game at full price three years (probably 1-1½ years in the west) after it originally released.
We've known for months if not even a year that it's made from the ground up, the PS4 version usues an old UE4 version that isn't supported by Switch and they couldn't update it to a newer one so they had to re-make the game with a new version of the Unreal Engine 4
It looks good, like top 10 Switch games good, I hope they put effort into it and make sure the framerate is locked on 30 because the PS4 version had hickups and the fact that they just now show the Switch version and it's still just cutscenes is kinda concerningLast edited by Luke888 - on 22 December 2018