Ninjala, GungHo Online Entertainment’s bubble gum shooter, was delayed for a full year. In May, the company announced that the Switch title will now release in early 2020.
GungHo seems to be taking extra care of Ninjala as it has high hopes for the game. With the new Switch title, the publisher would like to see an increase of overseas market revenue from 40 percent to 70 percent.
“People of all ages can have fun as if they’re playing grass-lot baseball, and the additional content will be very satisfying to seasoned gamers,” GungHo President Kazuki Morishita told Nikkei. Morishita feels that it has an eSports feel.