TT Games design director Arthur Parsons revealed that "currently we have announced that we are planning to releaseLEGO City and LEGO Worlds on Switch".
Lego Worlds is one of two confirmedLego games for Nintendo's portable console.
And it's not the only good news for Nintendo Switch, which has been boosted by the addition of another launch title. It seems that the studio responsible for the title is now working on a version of LEGO Worlds for Nintendo Switch, but is not announced when it will reach the catalog of the console. This joins Lego City Undercover, which was already confirmed. Gamers that purchase LEGO Worlds during Early Access can update to the final version with all of the new, upcoming features at no additional cost.
We'll see if we get more information on a release date over the next few weeks.
The most high profile of the Nintendo Switch launch games is Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which was recently given a price cut. After picking up great reviews with their latest installments, which parodyed some of the blockbuster movies of recent years, TT Games and Warner Bros. chose to develop an open world title, where imagination was the basis of gameplay.
The Nintendo Switch game lineup continues to grow.