Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order comes exclusively to Switch in 201
Shortly after the game prices, IGN spoke to Nintendo of America's president Reggie Fils-Aimé and asked if the original titles – developed by Activision and dating back to 2006 and 2009 – had a chance to make the transition to the switch. According to Reggie, Nintendo has not really considered such an idea, and is more focused on getting the third entry on the right:
"I really can not comment on it. There has not been a focus for us … What we want to do is that we want to make this game [MUA3] a great experience, and certainly with all the excitement around the overall Marvel universe, we think it will be a great opportunity. "
When asked about how the project came about , Reggie explained how former cooperation with Koei Tecmo on Hyrule Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors helped with Marvel's enthusiasm to do something great with the Ultimate Alliance series:  "What's happening In the developing world, you have companies that have positive experiences in working together, combined with franchises available, and the franchisee wants to do something about a particular franchise … And in this case, the three elements the train came her to create the opportunity for that game. "
Reggie continued to explain how Nintendo continually sought ways to collaborate with other developers and said that the Team Ninja part of Koei Tecmo was dealing with the development of Ultimate Alliance 3.
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