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Could be anything really. Well, something AAA. Those guys are apparently being swamped for Switch ports. They definitely have more than one game in the pipeline.



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Sordel said:
AlfredoTurkey said:
As someone who owns all three consoles, I see the word port and go "next". lol

I own PS4 and PC but there are some games that I'm only interested in playing on Switch and others that I'd rebuy to play on Switch.

Why? Aside from portability, it's going to be the weakest version out of them all tech-wise.



AlfredoTurkey said:
Sordel said:

I own PS4 and PC but there are some games that I'm only interested in playing on Switch and others that I'd rebuy to play on Switch.

Why? Aside from portability, it's going to be the weakest version out of them all tech-wise.

Portability, obviously.  There's a bunch of games I bought on Vita instead of PS4 for the same reason, even though the PS4 versions were objectively superior from a technical standpoint.



DreadPirateRoberts said:
AlfredoTurkey said:

Why? Aside from portability, it's going to be the weakest version out of them all tech-wise.

Portability, obviously.  There's a bunch of games I bought on Vita instead of PS4 for the same reason, even though the PS4 versions were objectively superior from a technical standpoint.

Fair enough. I never game outside of my house so, the concept never seems to occur to me that others might want to do that.



If PB keep up this pace they could end up one of Switch's biggest supporters by the end of its lifespan; at a rate of 2 games a year we could get a dozen from them over a 6 year period, which is pretty amazing for just one studio.

Also another possibility; maybe it's PUBG.



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A Fallout Collection (3, 4, and New Vegas), Overwatch, or maybe Nier Automata are my best guesses.



JEMC said:

After reading the comments I have to make an honest question: Why are some of you naming newly announced games like Fallout 76, the new Quake and Wolfenstein or even REmake2? Those games wouldn't be in development alongside the other versions of those games, so it wouldn't be a port but a version of it. I mean, I don't see anyone saying that the PS4 versions of those games are ports, right?

Because of that, I think that this game is a port of an already released game. Which one? I have no idea.

I think that a version of a game made by another studio would be view as a port even if it's released at the same date. so let's say that... whatever, ubisoft is doing a game for ps4/xbox/pc, and that panic button do the same game but switch edition, even if released the same date, would be a port...

 

that in mind, why next month ? either i was right when i said that nintendo want a game to launch around the same time of the switch online service to boost membership, or it is by someone not present at E3.

 

for multiplayer games, i'm betting on soulcaliber VI. make sense for the dates, i've heard rumours before too.

maybe burnout paradise. the games was originally running on PS3 and X360, should work on switch, and i can easily see EA giving that to someone else, beside switch is really lacking a serious racing game. unless they go with fallout76, but i think it will be something not related to bethesda. 

there could be also diablo 3,  it have been rumoured for a while and blizzard were not at E3 i think ?



Marach said:
JEMC said:

After reading the comments I have to make an honest question: Why are some of you naming newly announced games like Fallout 76, the new Quake and Wolfenstein or even REmake2? Those games wouldn't be in development alongside the other versions of those games, so it wouldn't be a port but a version of it. I mean, I don't see anyone saying that the PS4 versions of those games are ports, right?

Because of that, I think that this game is a port of an already released game. Which one? I have no idea.

I think that a version of a game made by another studio would be view as a port even if it's released at the same date. so let's say that... whatever, ubisoft is doing a game for ps4/xbox/pc, and that panic button do the same game but switch edition, even if released the same date, would be a port...

 

that in mind, why next month ? either i was right when i said that nintendo want a game to launch around the same time of the switch online service to boost membership, or it is by someone not present at E3.

 

for multiplayer games, i'm betting on soulcaliber VI. make sense for the dates, i've heard rumours before too.

maybe burnout paradise. the games was originally running on PS3 and X360, should work on switch, and i can easily see EA giving that to someone else, beside switch is really lacking a serious racing game. unless they go with fallout76, but i think it will be something not related to bethesda. 

there could be also diablo 3,  it have been rumoured for a while and blizzard were not at E3 i think ?

Well, the thing with ports is that most of us associate it with picking a game that's already released on a platform and bringing it to another platform. Meanwhile, when talking about a game that's still in development for all platforms, we tend to us the term version, as everything is still work in progress and things can change across all platforms.

I agree that it's about semantics, but there's a difference, and sometimes also pejorative sentiment when using the term port.



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AlfredoTurkey said:
Sordel said:

I own PS4 and PC but there are some games that I'm only interested in playing on Switch and others that I'd rebuy to play on Switch.

Why? Aside from portability, it's going to be the weakest version out of them all tech-wise.

The fact that I can play Doom or Skyrim comfortably at home on my couch and my gf can use the TV at the same time is a much bigger advantage than technical differences. Portability is not limited to outside of your house, but it rather opens up the gaming possibilties inside the house.



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