As recently as earlier this year, publisher Nacon and developer Teyon were saying that the upcoming first-person shooter RoboCop: Rogue City would eventually also be coming to the Nintendo Switch, even if a release date for that version hadn’t been confirmed. However, with the game now just a couple of weeks again from releasing for other platforms, Nacon has confirmed that, as some may have feared, plans for a Switch version of the title have been shelved.
The same was confirmed in a recent statement by the publisher to Gematsu. “At this moment we don’t have any plans for a Nintendo Switch release,” the publisher wrote.
Is there something to be gleaned from Nacon saying it doesn’t have plans for a Switch version “at this moment”, especially amidst persistent leaks of a next-gen Nintendo Switch successor allegedly due out within the next year or so? That remains to be seen, but in the here and now, it seems like Switch owners shouldn’t be holding their breaths for the upcoming RoboCop game to come to their platform.
RoboCop: Rogue City launches on November 2 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
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