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Wrestling Revolution 3D Set To Release on Nintendo Switch, MDickie Suggests

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Mat Dickie, the developer better known as MDickie, has announced through a recent Facebook post that he is working on launching a game on Nintendo Switch, hinting the arrival of Wrestling Revolution 3D on the hybrid console of the Big N.

Although he has not revealed what title it will be, however, he has shared a publication that seems to indicate that we will see a port of Wrestling Revolution 3D on Nintendo Switch, as can be seen in the image below.

Although it is not specifically about this title, we know that MDickie will launch the series on the hybrid platform, a work he describes as his biggest challenge so far.

You can see his publication directly through his Facebook post below:

I didn't want to say anything until I saw it with my own eyes, but I'm pleased to confirm that I have a mandate from…

Posted by MDickie on Friday, October 4, 2019

Below, you can check the overview of Wrestling Revolution 3D, via Google Play:

The “Wrestling Revolution” rumbles into the 3rd dimension, where it now features BOTH aspects of the business in ONE epic universe. A wrestling career challenges you to take shots in the ring, whereas a “booking” career allows you to call the shots backstage – promoting entertaining matches every week for ratings. Seeing each side of the curtain gives you an even better appreciation for the other, and ensures you’ll never grow bored of wrestling again! Both modes are available to play for free, with the option to upgrade to enjoy the “Pro” experience with no ads or limitations.

And if playing Pro isn’t enough, a separate “Backstage Pass” allows you to play God by saving your changes to all 9 rosters before pitting your immortals against each other in dream matches of your own creation! With 4 pages of rules to mix & match – including up to 20 wrestlers in rings of any shape or size – the only limit is your imagination. You can also blow off steam with no pressure by revisiting the 8 weeks of supercards from the game’s promotional tour. Not to mention the interactive training process that teaches you how to lock up in the first place.