Final Fantasy XV may come for Nintendo Switch. L.A.Noire for Nintendo Switch is going to cost a little more than the same for other platforms.
Final Fantasy XV may come for Nintendo Switch:
It is said that there may come a Nintendo Switch version of Final fantasy XV. Gamescom was held in Germany last month. Hajime Tabata, the director of Final Fantasy XV, said in the conference a few things about Final Fantasy XV. While he was talking, it looked like they have few plans for Final fantasy coming into Nintendo Switch. There is no solid word on the same, however. But, the detailings from the makers leave a trace that the game may come for Nintendo Switch.
Later, Tabata said that they hadn’t made any solid plans so far. But, after he spoke at the Gamescom, the Nintendo contacted him to talk about going further. Again, the agenda of the talk is hidden, but the fans of Nintendo can expect the Final Fantasy to make a grand entrance for Nintendo Switch too.
What Tabata said at the Gamescom is, “We can’t give you any complete solid details at the moment. There’s another certain console out there that you may be thinking of, it sounds a little bit like your name Twitch.”
It was announced by Rockstar Games recently that they are planning for the release of L.A.Noire for the recent trending Nintendo Switch console too. However, L.A.Noire was first released in 2011 itself. The game was playable on PS4 and Xbox. Now, the Nintendo Switch version is on its way.
Price of L.A.Noire:
It is expected that the sale of the game for the hybrid device, Nintendo Switch would cost some $10 higher than its price for Xbox One and PS4. Therefore, the price of the Nintendo Switch version of the game is set at $49 now.
The reason for the extra bucks is because of the expense involved in manufacturing the game cards. The release of L.A. Noire for Nintendo Switch is scheduled to be on November 14, 2017.
Rockstar said, “L.A. Noire for the Nintendo Switch features the complete original game and all additional downloadable content. With specific enhancements including a Joy-Con mode with gyroscopic, gesture-based controls, HD rumble and new wide and over-the-shoulder camera angles, plus contextual touch screen controls for portable detective work.”