According to some recent listings on several retailers’ sites, Assassin’s Creed titles would come on Nintendo Switch soon. Even more, reportedly, Nintendo Switch payers might enjoy two Assassin’s Creed games in only about a couple of weeks.
Herni-Svet, a Czech online store, listed Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation Collection for Nintendo Switch. According to the online retailer, the Assassin’s Creed title for Nintendo Switch would come out on February 15th. Also, the German online store Media Markt listed an Assassin’s Creed Collection game for Nintendo Switch. Also, it would launch next month.
We don’t know yet if these listings are just mistakes of the two retailers since Ubisoft refused to comment the rumors and leaks referring to the launch of Assassin’s Creed titles on Nintendo Switch. However, in 2018, Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot told GameSpot that the company would not launch any new Assassin’s Creed games in 2019.
Reportedly, Assassin’s Creed Titles Would Come On Nintendo Switch
“Perhaps this new collection is a way for the company to plug that gap while it works on a brand-new game for next year. Ubisoft has not yet announced any plans to bring its hit series to Nintendo’s portable console, except for last year’s Odyssey, which came to Switch as a Japan-exclusive cloud-streaming game,” reported GameSpot.
The last Assassin’s Creed game that rolled out for a Nintendo console was Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag on Wii U. Also, the Assassin’s Creed III, the title rumored to launch on Nintendo Switch in February, launched on Wii U a few years ago. In other news, besides Assassin’s Creed III, the before-mentioned Czech site also listed Liberation as an upcoming Nintendo Switch game.
Nintendo Switch is the most successful console at the moment. According to recent statistics, it surpassed both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018. Nintendo has many plans to boost the growth of Nintendo Switch, and the fact that some more Assassin’s Creed titles might come on Nintendo Switch is only helpful for the Japanese company in its purposes.