One of a Wii U’s best exclusives competence come to a Nintendo Switch
July 4, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Despite a considerable display from Nintendo during E3 2017, some fans were unhappy that there weren’t any other Wii U ports denounced for a Switch during a event. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was a large success in April, that led some gamers to think that a pier of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U would be a warn proclamation during a uncover in Los Angeles. Sadly, it wasn’t meant to be.
Although Smash Bros. would positively be a home run, a twitter from Platinum this weekend gave fans wish that a pier of another renouned Wii U disdainful competence already be in growth for a Switch.
Last month, developer PlatinumGames — best famous for Nier: Automata, Vanquish and a Bayonetta array — non-stop a new Japanese Twitter account. On Sunday, in sequence to foster a account, the group tweeted out an picture featuring Bayonetta, that only so happened to use a same tone intrigue as a red and blue Joy-Con controllers of a Switch. Coincidence? Perhaps, though maybe not.
Shortly after a twitter went up, a fan on Twitter done a connection. A NeoGAF user beheld that a Platinum Twitter comment indeed favourite and/or retweeted that twitter (although a like doesn’t seem on a comment anymore, that could meant that possibly Platinum satisfied it was spoiling an announcement, or that it didn’t wish to give fans fake wish about a pier that wasn’t real).
Twitter conspiracies aside, Bayonetta 2 was one of a best movement games of 2014 and one of a best third-party exclusives ever expelled for a Wii U. It’s a contrition that so many gamers will never get to play it, that is because it would make so most clarity for Platinum to move a diversion (as good as a prequel) to a Switch as a package deal. No central announcements yet, though we’re holding out hope.