Saturday, July 31st, 2021

Kingdom Come developer revealed that the Switch version was born from “happy mistakes”


After months of continuing rumors, War Horse Studio yesterday confirmed that it will actually bring Kingdom comes: salvation To Nintendo Switch.

Although it is still considered to have been leaked in advance, it is clear that the story is not the case. In the official press release, the Switch version was described as a “happy bug.” A clerical error basically indicates that people are interested in the Nintendo version, so the team decided to give it the green light.

This is the complete story, provided by Tobias Stolz-Zwilling, Public Relations Manager at Warhorse:

Kingdom comes: salvation Nintendo Switch was born from a “happy mistake”. By the end of 2020, Kingdom Come: Save the Royal Edition is Announced for PlayStation 4 in Japan. Due to a clerical error, the game was also listed as Nintendo Switch, which was not planned at the time. The “mistakes” were corrected immediately, but the information spread. However, the overwhelming feedback was an eye-opener and was an integral part of the subsequent decision-making. Sabre Interactive is also Koch Media’s traditional studio and has proven on multiple occasions that they are the right partner for this endeavor to make the incredible Kingdom comes: salvation Go to Nintendo Switch. “

The PR further illustrates how global interest in the Switch version has caused Warhorse to “reconsider” its opportunities:

“It’s amazing to see how much gamers around the world are involved and influential in game development. The overwhelming feedback and fan response made us reconsider our opportunities and let us sit down with Sabre Interactive, He is the perfect candidate for this ambitious cause”

Sabre Interactive has proven itself to be one of the top port experts of this generation.It also makes impossible releases possible The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt It’s on Switch, so it’s ready to meet the challenge of introducing the 2018 Medieval Open World RPG into the system.