Telltale Could Bring Other Games on Nintendo Switch after Minecraft
In a few weeks, and more precisely up to August 25, players with a Nintendo Switch will be able to try out the first season of Minecraft: Story Mode. But if everything goes well, other titles of Telltale Games should follow up.
Minecraft: Story Mode Season 1 is currently the only game Telltale has announced for Nintendo Switch, but Head of Communications Job Stauffer did not deny the possibility of seeing other titles of the company on the hybrid platform of the house of Kyoto.
It was at GameSpot that Job Stauffer, director of communication, expressed the interest of the developer on the new machine of Nintendo:
"We haven't quite announced [Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 for Switch] but we certainly hope to continue things on that platform; we're big fans."
"It wouldn't be unheard if more of our series also made it to Switch; we love the platform. It's kind of perfect for what we do. All of our games are the same on mobile as they are on consoles. And for a mobile console [like the Switch] it's pretty awesome."
The release date for Minecraft: Story Mode Season 1 on Nintendo Switch has not yet been communicated.
In recent weeks Stauffer also stated that Telltale is discussing a new intellectual property, however, there are no announcements about it. "An original, new IP is definitely still in our future," Stauffer told Gamespot. "It may not be as immediate as the next few things we have coming up. We haven't been able to say a lot about it in the last few years."
What series of Telltale Games do you want to see happen on Nintendo Switch: The Wolf Among Us, Batman, The Walking Dead, or Guardians of the Galaxy? Let us know about it in the comments below.
We remind you that the first episode of Minecraft Story Mode's second season will arrive on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and mobile devices running on iOS and Android in a few days, on July 11th.
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