Coming from source behind Shonengames the trilogy which released last year via PS4/XBone is currently being ported to the Nintendo Switch. If true the collection would accompany ongoing portfolio building on the platform, Bandai Namco president Mitsuaki Taguchi has stated that the names of the three exclusive games would be made known by Spring / Summer 2018, having hinted at new game in the Tales series and confirmed Metroid Prime 4, Bandai Namco couldn’t be busier on Nintendo Switch.
EuroGamer’s Tom Phillips confirmed this morning Namco Bandai Singapore is in fact housing the project in collaboration with Sakamoto, SEE BELOW:
Internet rumours this week pegged Bandai Namco as being the mystery studio behind Metroid Prime 4 – something multiple sources have now confirmed to Eurogamer as being accurate. Specifically, the highly-anticipated Nintendo Switch exclusive is being developed by Bandai Namco Studios Singapore, which we understand is lead studio on the game in collaboration with Nintendo. This studio houses some former LucasArts Singapore staff who previously worked on, among other things, the ambitious cancelled Star Wars 1313.