It appears that Nintendo may plan to end support for the Switch after the release of the Nintendo Switch The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears. Currently, Nintendo has a very good selection of games set on Switch in 2023 which includes Fire Emblem engagementAnd the Pikmin 4And the Octobt Traveler 2. before all other versions, Kingdom Tears It will definitely be the killer app for Switch next year. And while longtime Nintendo fans can’t wait to get their hands on the game, it looks like its arrival could also mark the beginning of the end for the Switch.
According to the gaming industry reporter Andy RobinsonNintendo may not have another major first-party game to be released in 2023 after launch The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears. Although Robinson stressed that this was just his own prediction, he mentioned that one reason Nintendo may be looking to slow down with releases on Switch is that it may be preparing to unveil or launch new hardware in 2024. Previously, a fellow reporter Christopher Dring He expressed a similar opinion and stated that Nintendo may not have another “significant game” so soon after launch Kingdom Tears.
In some ways, it would be an incredibly good fit for The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears That would be the swan song of Switch given that Breath of the Wild This is what helped the console start up quickly. Whether or not this sequel can live up to its predecessor is something that remains to be seen, but Nintendo is certainly very ambitious with its Kingdom Tears Because it’s one of the only Zelda games in history that will serve as a direct sequel.
If the date isn’t already circled on your calendar, The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears It is set to be released later this year on May 12th. When it finally hits store shelves, it will be playable across the Nintendo Switch, Switch Lite, and Switch OLED platforms.
How do you think the 2023 game will end up on Nintendo Switch? And do you think so The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears Could it be one of the last major releases to hit the platform? Share your thoughts with me either in the comments or message me on Twitter at Trustworthy.