The Nintendo Switch was released in 2017, and it quickly became one of the best-selling video game consoles ever built by Nintendo, mainly thanks to its ability to be both a home console and a handheld.
Only two years after the console’s release, both the Switch and Switch Lite have already sold over 52 million units worldwide. Most of the system’s success was caused by games like Super Mario Odyssey, Pokemon: Let’s Go, and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
However, gamers asked for more games to be launched for the Switch as well, including some classic ones. Here is the current status on them:
GTA V is one of the most requested games for the Nintendo Switch, but it hasn’t been released yet. Even though several rumors have surfaced over the past few years, there was no confirmation that the game would be released for the Switch, mainly because it is an enormous game that might be too much for a Switch card to hold.
Red Dead Redemption
Red Dead Redemption was released not long ago, and rumors that it would be ported to the Nintendo Switch followed immediately, mainly because a Switch Pro controller was observed in the textures of the game.
However, just like in the case of GTA V, Rockstar Games hasn’t released any official statement regarding the game being launched for the Switch this year.
Rumors that Fallout III would be remastered for the Nintendo Switch since May 2018, when Bethesda released a short video of a Fallout-style loading screen. However, those theories were explained in E3 when the trailer for Fallout 76 was released.
In early 2019, Bethesda posted a video of a Fallout-style countdown, which got fans hoping that it was finally time for the remaster. However, there is no official confirmation from Bethesda about the game being remastered for the Switch.
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