Panic Button, the developer behind the Doom and Wolfenstein ports is helping to convert the game to the hybrid so we can expect them to employ similar techniques to the ones that helped them retain some degree of the graphical fidelity on those two titles.
That range would represent a big increase from the Switch's current baseline of about 10 games released per week, on average, over the a year ago (a number that includes indie titles as well as games from major publishers).
A spokesperson for 2K Games issued the below statement confirming that there are no plans to release the game on The Switch platform. Whether it's because of or despite its sci-fi trappings, the game has proven extremely popular: Digital Extremes claims more than 38 million registered players, though a smaller number of those generate revenue through the game's microtransaction system.
There aren't many details surrounding Warframe just yet, not even a release window for the game.
Unfortunately, as it stands now, there is no set release date for Warframe on the Nintendo Switch.
Digital Extremes has continually made changes to the game to help improve the game play for its dedicated fan base, and will surely continue to do so with the newest version of the game. We are also actively engaging with indie developers at video game-focused shows and other events in different regions.
You play as a member of an ancient race of warriors called the Tenno who are now part of a modern-day war.
Barcelona set their sights on Eden Hazard
Hazard said that his country will find it hard to beat France if Chelsea teammate N'Golo Kante "is at his best" for Les Bleus. Real Madrid are also believed to be interested in the 27-year-old.
William Dunlop Dies at 32
The Northern Ireland road racer William Dunlop has died after a crash during practice for the Skerries 100 in County Dublin. The session was immediately red flagged but Dunlop was pronounced dead soon after having been attended to by medics.