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Genshin Impact for Nintendo Switch is still in development, say miHoYo

Genshin Impact for Nintendo Switch is still in development, say miHoYo

Genshin Impact has been a significant success since its release on consoles, PC, and mobile. The title was initially slated to return to Nintendo Switch in 2020. But now we’re into 2022 and we haven’t seen any signs of maca games on handheld consoles yet.

It’s been a while since we received an update from miHoYo, Gonintendo I decided to ask miHoYo whether fans should still expect to see free games on the Nintendo Switch. Needless to say, they didn’t go too far in terms of specific or exciting answers. We know, however, that the efforts to bring Genshin Impact to the Nintendo Switch aren’t over yet.

Given that Genshin Impact media hasn’t commented on the Nintendo Switch recently, fans have become a little worried that Genshin might not be coming to the Switch. The Nintendo Switch’s indifference was corrected with an update to mention it in the video description, but the damage has already been done for worried fans.

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Hopefully we can make an impact when Genshin hits the Switch.

Gonintendo contacted Mihoyo’s PR team and asked about the deal. MiHoYo’s Global PR Executive Xin Yang said, “The Switch version [of Genshin Impact] It’s still in development and we’ll be releasing more information as we go forward.”

How many steps actually went through to bring the game to the Nintendo Switch? we don’t know It also didn’t come any closer to finding a release date or window. We’re excited to know that we’ll be seeing Genshin Impact on Nintendo Switch soon. However, since there have been no development updates after two years, I still have little hope that I will be able to play Genshin Impact on my Switch anytime soon.

It looks like we’ll continue to collect Primogem on PC for the time being. At least a new banner is coming soon. Hopefully!

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