RUMOR - Resident Evil 3: Cloud Version coming to Switch

Ruben Fields
October 30, 2020

In today's surprise Nintendo Direct, it was announced that Remedy's Control is now available on the Switch for $39.99.

No More Heroes 3 is being created exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. These are mostly alterations of returning jobs from previous games, such as Vanguard and Beastmaster, with the promise of more reveals leading up to the game's launch in February. Secondly, Nintendo may produce the Super Switch, which makes it more comparable to other gaming consoles. Services such as Google Stadia, Microsoft's xCloud, Sony's PS Now, and Amazon Luna all offer diverse game libraries for monthly subscription fees.

Control Ultimate: Cloud Version utilizes online capabilities to enable better graphics on the Switch.

The image above was discovered in this ResetEra thread by user Jqui, as reported by Kotaku, and it was found on the the website used by the company behind the Switch's cloud capabilities, Ubitus GameCloud.

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Unfortunately, we don't yet know when the game will land on Nintendo's platform. However, Nintendo has traditionally focused its internal resources on franchises and technology that it has complete control over.

The access pass costs $39.99 / £34.99 and lets players play the original game and the two expansion packs. As the console has accumulated a larger catalog of titles, it has already made it harder for smaller developers to make their work visible.

Following the release of the demo earlier this year, the development team gathered feedback and implemented some changes.

Also, No More Heroes 3 now has final cover art. However, Rely on Horror writers drafted some possibilities on how to bring the zombie game to Switch.

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