More Than 30% Of Nintendo Switch Games Are Created With Unity
In the past few weeks, we have heard about the delay of some Nintendo Switch games developed using the Unity Engine, such as Yooka-Laylee and Battle Chasers: Nightwar. Despite the issues, it seems like quite a few games developed for the Nintendo console use the engine without any trouble.
Speaking with GamesIndustry, Unity’s Japan Regional Director Hiroki Omae confirmed that more than 30% of Nintendo Switch games are developed with Unity.
Unity has been providing developer support for Nintendo Switch since day one, and we’re proud to report that more than 30% of games released on Switch to-date are made with Unity
The company is also continuing to work closely with Nintendo to continue to optimize the engine.
We continue to partner closely with Nintendo to optimize Unity on Switch, and are happy to see our developers finding great success on the system
Unity’s support for Nintendo Switch has been announced almost a year ago, with the company also confirming that the mobile game Super Mario Run has also been developed with the engine.
Support of Nintendo Switch at launch. Unity also announced that Nintendo’s first game made specifically for smartphone, Super Mario Run, is made with Unity. Nintendo looked to Unity’s engine and development environment to make the game a fun, graphically beautiful experience worthy of the Mario franchise.