Earlier this year, Takayuki Kawasaki, manager of Epic Games in Japan, said that several titles developed with Unreal Engine 4 would reach Switch. This information was confirmed by Nintendo, which wants to avoid mistakes made in past generations of consoles. Using Unreal Engine 4 will allow the company to attract more developers, which will mean a greater number of games on your new system.
Recently, Kawasaki spoke again about this issue, and said that there are about 20 game development that will use Unreal Engine 4 in Japan, and that they will switch over the coming months: “Unfortunately, no titles Unreal Engine in the launch, but in late March, Snake Pass, one of the playable titles in GDC, was launched in the US and Europe, and the Nintendo Switch Presentation, had titles like Shin Megami Tensei “Kawasaki said.
Kawasaki said that there may be more titles in Unreal Engine 4 that have not been announced yet. Finally, the manager of Epic Games talked about the facilities to bring titles to Switch: “Now we are gradually progressing with support for the free version Switch [Unreal Engine 4]. Thus, as long as you have a development license Switch, can develop for the console even with the free version, “said Kawasaki.
Bloodstained Ritual of the Night, Shin Megami Tensei and Dragon Quest XI are some of the confirmed games that will be using Unreal Engine 4.