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Nintendo Switch Could Get Its First Third-Party Exclusive in Seasons of Heaven

Nintendo Switch Could Get Its First Third-Party Exclusive in Seasons of Heaven
  • Seasons of Heaven could be the first third-party exclusive for the Switch
  • Any Art Productions could be the studio behind it
  • The Nintendo Switch should see a price and release date in January

While Nintendo showed off some gameplay of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, we’ve heard little in the way of third-party developers supporting the platform. That is, until now.

According to serial Nintendo Switch leaker Laura Kate Dale of LetsPlayVideoGames, there will be a game exclusive to the Nintendo Switch that will be revealed in December along with screenshots. There was little else mentioned.

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But the eagle-eyed forum members of NeoGAF have pieced together what could be Seasons of Heaven. The screenshots Dale shared were similar to the art work posted on the website for the book Seasons of Heaven. All elements such as a dog, a little boy, and a tower feature prominently as well, strengthening the case that this is the game Dale was referring to.

More so, Seasons of Heaven authour Nico Augusto (who also leaked information regarding Wii U exclusive Devil’s Third) dropped a hint that makes it all but obvious.

(Also see:  Nintendo Switch Could Play Games from Nintendo's Best Console)

“We are going to show someswitch this week. Stay tuned and follow @AnyArtsProd,” he tweeted.

Other possible games for the Switch include Skyrim, Splatoon, Pokemon Stars, and the all but obvious The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Hopefully we’ll see more of all of these when Nintendo shows off the Switch along with its price and release date in January.

We discuss everything you need to know about Nintendo Switch and whether it’s likely to come to India on Orbital: The Gadgets 360 Podcast. You can either subscribe to via iTunes or RSS or just hit the play button below.



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