Nintendo president of North America, Reggie - Fels - Amy (PresidentReggie Fils-Aime) in an interview with foreign media Polygon revealed that plans to March 3 listed on the Nintendo released a new generation of host Switch, "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is the last one landing Wii U platform first-party games, then Nintendo will no longer be the official development of the platform's game content.
This means that, although the future may still have third-party manufacturers to launch Wii U platform game, but Nintendo's exit largely means that the fate of Wii U this end. Nintendo has been with the Wii console market position, but its successor WiiU after four years still did not achieve the desired market effect, which also led to Nintendo finally had to give up this product.
News that Wii U's successor Switch mainframe will be March 3 this year, the official listing, priced at $ 299.99 (about 2060 yuan), and "Zelda: Wilderness" will serve as the Switch's debut game debut , And in the subsequent August 25 landing WiiU platform.
More importantly, today's Nintendo seems to Nintendo Switch host a new generation of products have very great confidence.
"Switch is a home console where you can play with anyone and anywhere." We've seen positive feedback from players, whether it's a hot topic on Twitter, video clicks on YouTube, or an old alumni with little contact for 30 years, who suddenly ask me how I can become familiar with the Switch. & Rdquo;
However, from the current news point of view, Nintendo for the Switch's first day only prepared six games, and only two of which are exclusive equipment of the game, they are Super Bomberman R (Super Bomberman R) -2-Switch ".
In this regard, Reggie said: "starting day is not all, is not the most important thing. The most important thing is to be able to like the user of this platform steady steady supply of the game. This allows players to think that his choice is correct, and can also encourage those who are still hesitant consumers. & Rdquo;
It is worth mentioning that the classic sandbox construction game "My World" (Minecraft) since the launch of the PC version has been landing a number of gaming platforms. With Nintendo last week released the latest handheld Switch, "My World" co-developer 4J Studios has also officially announced on Twitter game will visit the Switch platform.
In fact, this is not "my world" for the first time with Nintendo cooperation. As early as December 2015, the work has been landing on the WiiU platform. In addition, the storytelling-based "Myecraft: Story Mode" by Telltale and "My World" developer Mojang will also be on the Switch platform. (General / Tom)