Since its release the game has received its fair share of criticism, with Gamespot awarding the game 6/10. It seems now we finally have our answer as to what the mystery game is. No release date has been announced, but you can play Warframe for free right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. According to Polygon, developer Digital Extremes confirmed at TennoCon that their ever-expanding title will be heading to Nintendo's revolutionary gaming console.
In the intervening time, Nintendo has made a concerted effort to improve its outreach to independent developers.
While Nintendo might never be able to match Sony or Microsoft when it comes to the volume of content available on their respective platforms, the Japanese publisher appears to be prioritizing games that already struck a chord with a wide audience when choosing ports. In addition to not offering cross-platform play, Warframe does not allow accounts to move between platforms.
Expanding those efforts to attract 20 to 30 indie games a week will be a big ask, but not an impossible one.
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2K Sports brought WWE 2K18 to Nintendo Switch previous year, but it suffered from a number of problems like framerate issues and more. And now it's coming to Switch. And the relative lack of discoverability or recommendation tools on the Switch's online storefront may not help matters, either. The PS4 has seen about 20 games released every week for the previous year (including indie and major publisher titles) without the platform feeling too bloated.
Would you like to see that number of Switch games appear? This company has a good track record with creating good Switch games that haven't lost their visual luster.
When can I play Warframe on Switch?