News

Larian Studios CEO: Baldur’s Gate III Port to Current Nintendo Switch “Might Be a Bit Problematic”

0
Baldur's Gate III

During a guest appearance on Nintendo Voice Chat, Larian Studios CEO Swen Vincke discussed the possibility of Baldur’s Gate III eventually coming to Nintendo Switch.

When asked about Baldur’s Gate III‘s potential to come to Nintendo’s flagship hybrid, Vincke expressed doubts over the capabilities of the latest iteration of the console, stating the following:

I honestly don’t know. I don’t know what the next Switches are gonna look like. On this particular Switch, that might be a bit problematic. There are quite a lot of upgrades that have been done on BG3, so I think it would be very, very hard. But then again, never say never. You never know. Maybe we’ll figure out some magic trick and it’ll work. I just hope personally, as a fan, the next Switch will have triple the power and triple the battery life. It’s an amazing device. I just hope it has a very long life with lots of upgrades that we can keep on playing all the games we’re playing on other consoles when we’re on the go.

While it is a careful response to the question, Vincke does not rule out the chance of a Switch port of Baldur’s Gate III in the future.

Check out Vincke’s sit-down with Tom Marks and Casey DeFreitas below, starting at 46:35. DeFreitas’s question about Baldur’s Gate III as a Switch title is asked at 58:28.

Baldur’s Gate III was originally announced for Google Stadia and PC, and its release date has been quoted as simply “when it’s ready.” The game will be available on Steam and GOG before a later Epic Games Store release.

For all the latest on Baldur’s Gate III and much more from the world of single-player gaming, be sure to bookmark OnlySP and follow us on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube. You can also join the discussion in our community Discord server.

Craig Snyder
Craig fell in love with video games after being spoiled with all of the NES games he could ever want as a kid, and his passion for gaming continues decades later. After discovering a knack for writing in grade school, the two have come together nicely for him. River City Ransom and Final Fantasy VII are his jams.

Rockstar Games Has No Single-Player DLC Plans for Red Dead Redemption 2

Previous article

Bungie Expanding Beyond Destiny After Activision Split

Next article

You may also like