Mass Effect Andromeda Will Not Be Featured On Nintendo Switch For Now
Nintendo Switch is now considered as one of the most talked topic today and gamers are excited to see the full list of supported games on this brand new console. One of these expected games is Mass Effect Andromeda. However, Michael Gamble, producer of Mass Effect Andromeda, reveals that the title might not be available on Nintendo Switch at launch.
According to the report from Attack of the Fanboy, a fan tweeted Gamble about Mass Effect Andromeda's Nintendo Switch support. The producer only replied with "PC, PS4, Neo (PS4 Pro), X1." Based on his reply, it is clear that the title will not be featured on the new Nintendo console during its official launch next year. Gamble also added that he likes Nintendo but Mass Effect Andromeda would not be available for Nintendo Switch just yet.
On the other hand, there are still no further details released regarding Nintendo Switch. Aside from its portability, not much more is known about it. Nintendo also added that the specs and supported game titles will not be announced until next year. Fans would expect a lesser information leakage for the rest of the year.
Based on the source, Nintendo Switch will not support backward compatibility with previous video games on both Wii U and 3DS. One expected possibility is just to build a digital store in order for gamers to download older games.
Meanwhile, fans hype over the upcoming console remains stable following the unfortunate revelation. However, they are still hoping that there will be a change of scenario and include a Nintendo Switch support on Mass Effect Andromeda since both are set to launch next year.
Mass Effect Andromeda is scheduled for release in early 2017 while Nintendo Switch release will be on March 2017.
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