Nintendo looking to work with new developers on mobile titles to strengthen lineup and increase pace of new games
Nintendo’s mobile games haven’t exactly come out on time. The most recent title, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, was originally planned for 2016. As we know, that didn’t happen, and the official launch took place last month.
As a way of increasing and improving its mobile output, The Wall Street Journal reports that Nintendo is looking to cooperate with additional developers. Doing so would allow the company to release games on a more frequent basis for smart devices.
The Wall Street Journal adds that Nintendo has spoken with Puzzle & Dragons maker GungHo Online Entertainment. This would be a partnership and not anything extra. The Wall Street Journal says that Nintendo isn’t pursuing ownership stakes.