Of course, the question now is what software application does Nintendo have planned for the remainder of the year? We may already have some ideas.
While several publishers and designers have invested the last numerous months announcing new titles or providing details on existing ones, Nintendo has remained exceptionally peaceful.
And just today, we saw the current DLC fighter be announced for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate , Min from ARMS, who will be included to the game on 30 June.
‘Currently, we do not see any impact on software application set to go on sale this year, however there is a possibility that we can not sell it as scheduled in the event of a second or 3rd wave,’ he told shareholders.
Otherwise, however, Nintendo’s 2020 schedule currently looks completely empty, which has caused some assuming that it doesn’t have any first party titles planned. That, as it ends up, is not the case.
According to Kyodo News, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa announced that production on the Switch console has been recovering, with things expected to return to normal later in the summertime.