However, Typhoon Studios have nothing to announce just yet.
The Nintendo Switch has become a haven for all indie developers in the industry in the (almost) three years that it’s been out, with many smaller productions enjoying massive success on Nintendo’s hybrid platform. However, there do come along a few major indie titles every now and then that remain conspicuous in their lack of support for the system- one such game is the recently first person action-adventure title Journey to the Savage Planet.
Seeing as it’s been receiving quite a bit of praise since it launched a couple weeks back, there are some who’re wondering whether the game will eventually be making its way to the Switch as well. It’s a question we asked when we recently interviewed industry vet Alex Hutchinson – co-creator of Typhoon Studios and creative director of the game.
Hutchinson told us that though the developers had nothing to announce when it came to a Switch port just yet, it is something that they are “looking into”, before commenting that the platform would be “a perfect fit” for the game. Here’s hoping that turns into something more concrete sooner rather than later, because Journey to the Savage Planet really is one of those (many) games that would be perfect for the Switch.
Our full interview with Hutchinson will be live soon, so stay tuned to read the entire thing. In the same interview, he also spoke to us about next-gen hardware, and why he feels cloud streaming will be much more exciting in terms of how it impacts development. Read more on that through here.
Journey to the Savage Planet is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.