Phoenix Labs on bringing Dauntless to Switch, Iron Galaxy involved
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While Phoenix Labs is working to bring Dauntless to Switch, we now know that it’s not being done entirely in-house. According to the studio’s Chris Fox, Iron Galaxy is also involved.
Iron Galaxy previously ported The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Switch. That turned out pretty well in the end, so here’s hoping that Dauntless also turns out well.
Diablo III’s Switch port took nine months, dev again says other Blizzard titles could end up on the system
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Before the year is over, you’ll be able to play Diablo III on Switch. Kotaku spoke with senior producer Pete Stilwell about the port in a bit more detail earlier in the week.
Stilwell noted that bringing Diablo III to Switch went relatively smoothly, with “conversion on the graphics side” offering the greatest challenges. Nintendo did provide assistance with trouble-shooting.
Iron Galaxy Studios CEO wants to port Monster Hunter World to Switch
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At least for now, Capcom won’t be porting Monster Hunter World to Switch. But it sounds like there’s one developer out there who’d like to make it happen.
Iron Galaxy Studios CEO Adam Boyes tweeted out the following earlier today:
Iron Galaxy worked on the Switch version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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You might be interested to know that the new Switch version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim wasn’t made entirely be Bethesda. Iron Galaxy was brought in to work on the project, the official Twitter account for Bethesda Game Studios reveals.
The tweet below was sent out yesterday:
Special shout out to our development partners at @IToTheG for their great work on Skyrim Switch. Look forward to working together again!
— BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios) November 17, 2017
Iron Galaxy does have quite a bit of porting experience under its belt, so this news isn’t entirely surprising. Fortunately, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim turned out very well on Switch.