The Wii U is officially on life support.
Now that the Nintendo Switch has been officially unveiled, the big question surrounding the device is, just how much of a chance to be a game-changer does it have? As we reported yesterday, the only way this thing has any chance of much success when compared to the PS4 Pro and the Xbox Scorpio is if the Switch gets plenty of third party support.
At least for now, it appears those developers are excited to see what the device can bring. Shortly after it was officially unveiled, those developers took to Twitter to pronounce they plan to work with Nintendo moving forward.
Companies like 505 Games, Bethesda and ArcSystemWorks took to the social media site to say they were going to be working with Nintendo. These kinds of partnerships are needed if Nintendo wants the Switch to actually work. The Nintendo Switch is due out in March of 2017.
Thrilled to be a publishing partner for #NintendoSwitch! The platform presents exciting opportunities for our studios & fans.
— Bethesda Softworks (@bethesda) October 20, 2016
— ArcSystemWorks (@ArcSystemWorksU) October 20, 2016