Thanks to the Switch Lite’s success, Nintendo is looking into bringing more of its 3DS franchises to the console-handheld hybrid in the future.
Wall Street Journal tech reporter Takashi Mochizuki tweeted that Nintendo Japan’s current president, Shuntaro Furukawa, said the “company would make more 3DS franchises available on Switch.” Such a move is already happening with Brain Age, which is getting a new entry this December in Japan. A Western release for the new Brain Age game has yet to be announced.
The news rides on the back of Nintendo Switch Lite’s growing popularity, as the company mentioned in its earnings report that the console sold approximately two million units worldwide in just 11 days since its September 20 launch.
Following Luigi’s Mansion 3’s launch, the next big games headed to the Nintendo Switch are Pokemon Sword / Shield, which comes out on November 15. There are a few Switch games sprinkled between Sword and Shield’s launch, such as Just Dance 2020 (November 5), Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 (November 5), Disney Tsum Tsum Festival (November 8), New Super Lucky’s Tale (November 8), and Romancing SaGa 3 (November 11).
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