Nintendo Switch Update: Which Bandai Namco Titles Are Coming?

Bandai Namco has expressed their support with the recently unveiled Nintendo Switch, saying that they will bring various titles to the console. This is a huge step from the previous Nintendo platform, the Wii U, which did not feature third-party content.

Nintendo NX To Feature Bandai Namco Titles

"BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has enjoyed a long partnership of publishing and developing great titles for Nintendo systems," the statement to iDigitalTimes reads. "We want to congratulate Nintendo on their exciting announcement. We look forward to bringing both iconic franchises and new titles to Nintendo Switch."

According to the report, Nintendo Switch is finally allowing third-party developers in. This would be a huge improvement over the Wii U that failed miserably. Having Bandai Namco titles would definitely increase its chances in winning the console war.

Nintendo Switch Bandai Namco Titles

Bandai Namco has a lot of big franchises up its sleeves. It is reportedly the leading developer when it comes to anime-based titles, so it would not be a surprise to see Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm and Dragon Ball Xenoverse titles on the upcoming Nintendo Switch.

Per the report, the developer is also working on Tekken 7, Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization, Digimon World: Next Order and Tales of Berseria, all of which are bound to be launched soon. Gamers should also be able to enjoy these titles in Nintendo Switch.

Meanwhile, Bethesda Softworks, Warner Bros., Telltale and Square Enix among others are also supporting the newest console. Specifics have not been revealed yet, but gamers should expect to hear some announcements as the launch date nears.

Nintendo titles such as Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario are also expected to come alongside the Nintendo Switch release in March 2017. Specs, pricing, availability and other details will be announced soon.

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