When it came to the Nintendo Wii U, there was a lack of third-party video game development from big name companies. This was largely due to the fact that Nintendo failed to give these developers a notice of what they were working on in time.
That issue seems to have been resolved with Nintendo’s upcoming video game console, the NX. As it turns out, Bethesda’s marketing executive Pete Hines revealed to Finder that the development team has been briefed on the upcoming Nintendo NX console.
“We talk to Nintendo all the time – we’re pretty well briefed in on what they are doing. It’s definitely something we will look at, and our philosophy is that we will put our games out on any format that supports the games as we envisage and make them. If the NX fits that from a technical standpoint and fits the game that a developer in our stable is making, I don’t see why we would not put it out on NX. But it’s too early to say, ‘we’ll definitely be putting games out or not.’ Like with mobile, we want to have the right fit for the right formats.”
It’s nice knowing that Nintendo is not making the same mistakes like last time by keeping their projects unknown to developers that would help support the game console. However, for now, it’s too early to say if Bethesda will be launching any of their video games on the console. For now, it seems that the developers will have to wait and see what projects will make sense to see a release on the NX.
There are plenty of rumors circulating online when it comes to the Nintendo NX. However, the console is slated to launch at some point in March 2017. If that’s still the case, Nintendo will likely make their console reveal soon in order to hype up the launch.
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