It's will be one of the first games which will run at native 4K on Xbox One X as well. Despite having their own exclusive fighting games, it seems that the Nintendo Switch is experiencing a trend when it comes to porting a variety of video games that the platform has never had before such as "NBA 2K18" and Bethesda's "Skyrim".
Crazy Justice will be coming to the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and PC, and is expected to be released by Q2 2018. While this was a growing concern for many fans looking for more mature content Nintendo has seemingly heard the outcry and is expressing that it wants to "grow up".
According to Boon, it would be possible to get Injustice 2 running on the system-though he suggested that there could be some shortcomings (presumably in terms of fidelity).
More developers are hopping on the cross-play train. Ragot was asked about the current status of the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
Boon knows what needs to be done then, but how likely is it that Injustice 2 on the Nintendo Switch will become a reality?
According to the report, Nintendo is actively encouraging publishers of more mature titles to release games on the Nintendo Switch in order to shed the console's limiting family-friendly associations. However, Nintendo has always had violent and risque games on its consoles; the SNES has games like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, and the N64 had the likes of Perfect Dark and Turok. The Switch could be a good fit for Injustice 2, then, if NetherRealm and Warner Bros. go ahead with the port plans.
According to a report by #The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo is now on the look-out for developers who provide "mature" titles.
Injustice 2 is out now for PS4 and Xbox One.