Nintendo has revealed that there are now over 300 registered developers and publishers on the Switch.
Back when the Switch launched, Nintendo said there were 70 companies working on Switch games, now that number has risen to 300 worldwide.
And the company made sure to point out that these 300 companies are actually making content for the console, it’s not just a piece of paper with 300 company names on it.
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“More than 300 software publishers at present, including indie developers, have begun developing game titles,” the company said in a statement.
Last week the Switch broke the 200 games barrier — there are now over 200 games on the Switch eShop.
There are several high-profile Switch games coming soon, including Doom, Skyrim, Rocket League, and next year, Wolfenstein 2.