Take-Two Will “Selectively” Support Nintendo Switch


Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick has revealed that the publisher remains “excited” about Nintendo Switch, but will “selectively” support the platform.

There may be more news to come at E3 2017 next week, but the publisher has, so far, only announced plans to release NBA 2K18 on the portable console.

“We believe in it. We see it the way [Nintendo does]; it’s been a very successful launch. It remains to be seen how it does, but we’re excited about it,” Zelnick explained, speaking at the Cowen and Company 45th Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference.

“Assuming there is an installed base, we’ll be there. Not with all of our titles, but selectively.”

That installed base continues to grow after Nintendo Switch became the fastest-selling console in Nintendo’s history – selling 2.74 million consoles within March alone.

[Thanks, GameSpot]

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