Technology Ubisoft’s Steep isn’t coming to Nintendo Switch

19:05  10 august  2018
19:05  10 august  2018 Source:   polygon.com

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Why halted steep ? Maybe, Because making another Assassin Creed on Nintendo Switch . Ubisoft release AVATAR 2 GAME and Just Dance 2019 is pretty tired to make game platform for Nintendo Switch . Ah the old game isn ' t coming to a Nintendo system, don't care, rubbish game, nobody

Ubisoft . Steep , the skiing and snowboarding video game that launched for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One at the end of 2016, is no longer coming to Nintendo Switch .

a person riding skis down a snow covered slope© Ubisoft

Steep, the skiing and snowboarding video game that launched for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One at the end of 2016, is no longer coming to Nintendo Switch.

The game’s official Twitter account said development for the Switch stopped in order to support players on existing platforms.

An Ubisoft representative repeated this in a statement after we asked for clarity on the development choice.

“The Steep team is wholly dedicated to supporting the live game, and made the decision to stop Steep development on the Nintendo Switch platform to focus on bringing new live content and challenges to Steep players instead. We’ll have more exciting news about the live game to share soon.”

Steep is an extreme sports skiing and snowboarding game that launched in December 2016 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One

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