As it has been a constant since its launch, Switch has become an ideal platform to publish independent titles and classic games. In that sense, there is an interesting information because a rumor indicates that the trilogy of Konami games, developed by M2 for WiiWare, will come to Nintendo Switch soon.
According to the report, an insider revealed information related to the possible release of Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth, Contra ReBirth and Gradius ReBirth on Switch.
According to the rumor, Konami is seriously thinking about bringing these titles to the new Nintendo console and, also, there would be in their plans the arrival of a fourth title for which there are no details yet.
The development of the ReBirth series for the Wii content distribution platform, WiiWare, started with Gradius ReBirth, which debuted in 2008 for Japan and the following year for North America.
Subsequently, the series launched Contra ReBirth in the fall of 2009 and the trilogy ended with the arrival of Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth later that year.
Would you like the ReBirth Trilogy to reach Nintendo Switch? Tell us in the comments below.
As always, people should take rumors with a grain of salt, but I actually liked this idea as a fan.
— Stealth (@Stealth___) January 1, 2018