Square Enix was one of the earliest companies to announce support for the Nintendo Switch, and now that the console is out in the wild and selling, the publisher appears to be doubling down on that support.
“More platforms are good for content creators,” Matsuda said. “We would like to have success on [the] Switch.”
He added that “in addition to developing new titles, we also want to port what we can do with existing game titles more and more.”
At the moment, Square Enix has a few games on the Nintendo Switch: I Am Setsuna and a few entries in the Dragon Quest series. There are plenty of other popular series’ held by Square Enix, however, including Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Tomb Raider, and Hitman. If the Switch continues to sell well in Japan, perhaps these will make an appearance on the console sooner rather than later.
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