In a surprising feature, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 3: Black Order was made exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Now Nintendo of Americas president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime begins to achieve how this decision came.
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Talking to IGN at The Game Awards, Fils-Aime explained the development of developers – from Activision to Koei Tecmo – and collaborating with The New Development Company Hyrule Warriors and Four Emblem Warriors had a lot to do with it.
"What's happening in the developing world is that you have companies that have positive experiences in working together, combined with franchises available, and the franchisee owner who wants to do something about a particular franchise," he said. "And in this case they came three elements together to create the opportunity for that game. "
He added that Nintendo always looks for opportunities like this and how they are satisfied with Cow's work on the game. "It's the Team Ninja part of Koei Tecmo who works with this. They have many skills, and it really helped to paint a picture of what the game should be." We are hugely excited about it, "said Fils-Aime.
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About the two other Ultimate Alliance games also find a home At the switch, Fils-Aime says they do not think so far in the future. "I really can not comment on it. There has been no focus for us. What we want to do is make this game a great experience, and certainly with all the excitement around the overall Marvel universe, we think it's going to be a great opportunity.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will be released to Switch in 2019.
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