God Eater 3 developers on the possibility of a Switch version

"I think it's necessary for us to listen to the voices of the fans."

God Eater 3

IGN Japan recently published an interview with God Eater series general producer Yusuke Tomizawa and God Eater 3 producer Yuya Tomiyama, who discussed the possibility of God Eater 3 coming to Switch.

Here is the full exchange:

Nintendo Switch works as a portable device and is quite popular. Are you currently considering bringing the game to Switch?

Yusuke Tomizawa: “Since [God Eater 3] was announced, we’ve heard a lot of feedback from fans saying, ‘We want God Eater on handheld as well.’ As I said earlier, with God Eater 3 we prioritized brushing up the quality, so it became a PlayStation 4 and PC title, but I think it’s necessary for us to listen to the voices of the fans to include options such as Switch.”

Yuya Tomiyama: “A lot of users can’t play games using a TV, and we’re always getting requests from people in that situation. We’re aware in that regard.”

God Eater 3 launched for PlayStation 4 on December 13, 2018 in Japan, and is due out for PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe and PC worldwide on February 8.

Thanks, Nintendo Life.

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