Released in 2017, Nintendo Switch went on to become one of the best-selling video game consoles created by Nintendo, mostly because of its capability to be both a home console and portable device.
Just two years after it was made available in the market, both the Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite have already sold more than 52 units worldwide, and most of its success is due to games like Super Mario Odyssey, Pokemon: Let’s Go and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
But for many years, a lot of gaming fans have wanted more games to be launched in Nintendo Switch, and this year is no different. Three of these games include Fallout III, GTA V and Red Dead Redemption. But will they finally be coming to Nintendo Switch?
There have been many rumors about Fallout III being re-mastered for Nintendo Switch since May 2018 when Bethesda tweeted a short video of a Fallout-style loading screen. But those theories were later settled in E3 with the trailer that was meant to be Fallout 76.
Then early last year, Bethesda again released a video with a Fallout-style countdown, which got fans thinking that it was time for the Fallout III re-master. Rumors even grew further with Bethesda telling modders to not use the dialog from Fallout III’s game files. Unfortunately, there has still been no confirmation from Bethesda about the game being re-mastered for Nintendo Switch.
GTA V has always been one of the most requested games for Nintendo Switch, but it still hasn’t happened up to this day. Although several rumors have surfaced over the last few years, there has been no confirmation that the game would be created for Switch, especially because it’s a huge game that could be too much for a Switch card.
But with the continuing clamor for fans to port GTA V, Rockstar Games might finally consider it soon.
Red Dead Redemption
Finally, there’s Red Dead Redemption 2, which has been strongly rumored to be ported to Nintendo Switch starting late last year when a Switch Pro controller was seen in the textures of the game.
This has fueled more rumors about the game’s release on the popular console. Unfortunately, like its other title GTA V. Rockstar Games has not released any official statement about Red Dead Redemption 2 being released for Nintendo Switch this year.