Saber Interactive It is one of the non-Nintendo studios that have best harnessed the power of the Switch. They are known worldwide for having made the almost impossible port of The Witcher 3 on Switch, perhaps more for this than for their original games.
And it is that Saber, with divisions around the world, including Spain, but centralized offices in Florida, have alternated their own games with adaptations of third-party studios for all platforms.
One of his best known games is World war z, a cooperative zombie game based on the novel by Max Brooks and the Paramount movie, which came out in 2019 on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and that November 2 will receive a version for Switch.
In an interview for Nintendo Everything, the lead designer of the World War Z Switch port, Dmitry Grigorenko, explains that bringing this game to Switch has been his biggest challenge, but he does not think that Switch needs a more powerful version, and that there is no port impossible.
“The logical thing would be that there would be better hardware with fewer limitations, but I don’t think the Switch needs a more powerful redesign so desperately“he explains when asked about his opinion on a possible new more powerful Switch model.
“Saber and other clever studies have shown that there is no such thing as an impossible port. Nintendo consoles have never stood out for the hardware, instead they had always enhanced your gaming experience, and I can’t wait to see what they do next.“.
Grigorenko also explains that things are not as simple as they appear. “Sometimes in the video game industry, things that look incredibly complex from the outside are actually easy to implement in development. It is usually the other way around, the simplest things can take an immense amount of time and work. “
Also think that each game they have released on Switch takes the hardware even further than the last, and hope their next projects will stand out more.
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