After a string of retailer listings online, 2K finally made it official in March, announcing three collections for the Nintendo Switch. They include the XCOM 2 Collection, the Borderlands Legendary Collection, and last but not least BioShock: The Collection.
If you thought this was a one-time thing for 2K, think again. In an interview with Famitsu, the publisher’s chief creative Sami Thessman said the company wanted to continue releasing games on Nintendo’s hybrid platform in the future. Here’s his full comment (thanks, Oni_Dino):
I can’t tell you all about our business strategies, but what I can say is we at 2K consider our relationship with Nintendo to be extremely important. We really want to keep releasing games for Nintendo Switch moving forward.
Apart from a future NBA 2K release, it’s hard to say what other games the publisher might consider bringing to Nintendo’s latest hardware. Whatever it is, though, you’ll probably have to clear up some space, as most of its releases seem to require downloads and plenty of storage.
One thing it’s never been quite good at, though, is managing space – with most of its retail releases requiring massive downloads. This also appears to be the case with its upcoming collections – fortunately, it looks like you’ll be able to buy each game separately.
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