The statement was made by means of the main Near Twitter account, and can be found in the Tweet ingrained listed below.
A Nintendo Change version of the game debuted last month, and received heavy appreciation from critics for its technical performance. While Square Enix did not supply a breakdown or specifics about the Switch variation, it’s likely the game is off to a strong start on Nintendo’s system.
The series will feature an initial storyline different from the one seen in the game, however fans can still anticipate to see characters and connections to the source material. If the series shows effective enough, it could generate even more interest in the game, and the franchise as a whole.
Series creator Yoko Taro had long wanted to see Near: Robot release on Switch, in part since he hoped to see the game represented in Super Smash Bros. While that didn’t end up taking place, the game did finally release on Change on October Sixth.
A Nintendo Switch variation of the game debuted last month, and received heavy praise from critics for its technical performance. While Square Enix did not provide a breakdown or specifics about the Change variation, it’s likely the video game is off to a strong start on Nintendo’s system. Series creator Yoko Taro had long desired to see Near: Automata release on Change, in part since he hoped to see the video game represented in Super Smash Bros.
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