Ubisoft talks about the possibility of bringing Ghost Recon: Wildlands to Nintendo Switch
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is close to its debut, and before the arrival of Nintendo Switch, the website LEVEL UP has questioned the development team about the possibility of launching this game on the new Nintendo console.
The team at LEVEL UP had the opportunity to talk to Matthew Tomkinson, designer of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, who commented that, for now, there are no plans to launch the game on Nintendo Switch, but that draws attention to the portability of the system.
“If I could respond, I would love to play it on Switch,” Tomkinson said. “I would love to play Wildlands on the plane or on the train or anywhere, I would really love it. I can not respond now, I think we would have to change a lot of things.”
Tomkinson did not mention what things would be needed to change to see Wildlands on Nintendo Switch, but we assume it has to do with the density of the world and the online feature, which would have to fit the Nintendo console.
During the same interview, Tomkinson told the website about the online Ghost Recon: Wildlands section, explaining that they are ready to welcome all players who want to enter the game. The developer also mentioned that Wildlands will be a difficult game.
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