Monolith has no plans to bring Middle-earth: Shadow of War to Nintendo Switch
It seems that Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to Shadow of Mordor, will not come to Nintendo Switch, or at least that is what recent statements is declared by Michael de Plater, creative vice president of Monolith.
Nintendo Switch may be an interesting console, but not all games will come to it. Today, the developer Monolith has indicated that Middle-earth: Shadow of War, a sequel to Shadow of Mordor, will not arrive on the new Nintendo console for now.
In a recent interview with GameSpot, Plater noted that, at this time, Monolith has no plans to work on a version of Shadow of War for Nintendo Switch. The statement of the creative was very short, so we do not know if they intend to explore this possibility.
So, it seems that if you want to play Shadow of War you have to do it on PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC. The good news is that it will have support for PlayStation 4 Pro and Project Scorpio, so console players looking for better performance will be able to find it.
In other news, Monolith shared a new breakthrough in Shadow of War that makes it clear that it will have a huge open world. On the other hand, also made clear that the world of this title will be dynamic and will present different regions inspired by Lord of The Rings. If that is not enough to excite you, we must tell you that your Shadow of Mordor nemesis could return in this installment.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War will arrive on August 22 on the platforms mentioned above.