By Casey . October 21, 2016 . 8:30am
Since yesterday’s reveal of Nintendo’s upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, several big names in the industry have offered up their comments on the new system, including Sega, Atlus, Square Enix, and Ubisoft, just to name a few.
IGN has rounded up and shared these comments from the various publishers and developers, of which nearly all express their interest and support in the newly-unveiled console. Below you will find just a few of the reactions shared by IGN.
First off, Yves Guillemot, Co-founder and CEO of Ubisoft had the following to say about the Nintendo Switch:
“With the Nintendo Switch’s unique capacities and design, Nintendo could again redefine the way we play games. The Nintendo Switch is accessible at its core and also seizes on the growing trends of sharing more experiences and playing anywhere at any time. Ubisoft and Nintendo enjoy a long-standing partnership and we are currently developing a number of games for the platform, including Just Dance 2017. We look forward to sharing more at a later date.”
Next, Sega shared this comment:
“SEGA and Nintendo have been great partners over the years, and we continue to with our support of the Nintendo Switch. We look forward to revealing specific game plans soon, but have nothing further to announce at this time.”
Square Enix also expressed their excitement and support of the console with the following:
“We are excited to see the announcement of the Nintendo Switch. We are more than happy to support the promising game system and enhance our ongoing partnership with Nintendo. We look forward to sharing more about our commitment to Nintendo Switch in the near future.”
Finally, Atlus also weighed in, noting that console’s portable functionality will be a “perfect fit” for their titles:
“We’re excited to be supporting the Nintendo Switch and believe the games we publish are a perfect fit for the portable nature of the console.”
To view even more, you can head over to IGN for the full report.
The Nintendo Switch is slated to release in March 2017.