All of Level-5's future main titles will be brought to Nintendo Switch | Nintendo Wire

Japan’s Nikkei Trendy recently had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino about the company’s future plans, and given the platforms success the Nintendo Switch naturally came up in the conversation. What Hino revealed, however, might come as a surprise. Here’s the quote, translated courtesy of Gematsu:

“Basically, in the future our main titles will all be released on Nintendo Switch. The idea is that what we have created for 3DS will move over to Switch”

This is very promising in terms of support, though it’s unclear what classifies as a “main title” – Ni no Kuni could be seen as more of a passion project, for example.

Nevertheless, Inazuma Eleven and the Japan exclusive Snack World are already confirmed for the Switch, while the 3DS comment makes it seem incredibly likely that the upcoming fresh take on Yo-Kai Watch and future Layton games will also make the leap over.

A 20th anniversary title is also planned by Level-5 for release this year, and we’ll be sure to bring you news if it too heads to Nintendo’s Switch!

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  1. Barbara says:

    I haven’t bought the switch yet and don’t plan on it but Fantasy Life is my favourite game. Not excited by this news at all because it’s just not realistic that they would release a new Fantasy Life title on both the switch and the 3DS. The switch is too expensive for me to buy for one game only, and I just don’t like console games. I prefer hand held. I know switch is “hand held” as well but the battery life disagrees and I would feel scared taking it on the bus. I think it would be nice to hear Fantasy Life in surround sound but like I say, not gonna get a new system for one game, even if it’s my favourite.

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