Silicon Studio has made life a little easier for developers, having announced that YEBIS 3 now supports Nintendo Switch.
The advanced optical effects middleware product has been used for games such as Dark Souls III, MotoGP 15, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Bloodborne, Fighter Within, and Dynasty Warriors 7, having attracted companies such as Square Enix, Ubisoft, Koei Tecmo Games, FromSoftware, Sony Computer Entertainment and Bandai Namco Entertainment.
The Japanese developer had announced that they were looking to strengthen their relationship with Nintendo in helping to create a positive development environment for Nintendo Switch. That had seen them pledge support for YEBIS, their all-in-one game engine OROCHI, and Xenko, a next-generation game engine that was due to become available this month.
Silicon Studio will already be known to many for developing Bravely Default: Flying Fairy and Bravely Second End Layer, as well as working on Project Octopath Traveler which is destined for Nintendo Switch.