Genshin Impact Switch port is still coming, apparently


We learned the Genshin Impact The switch port is still coming, although we haven’t heard of it in years.

In 2020, it was announced that the Nintendo Switch port for Genshin Impact would be released, but at the time no date was given.

We are now in 2022 and not only is there still no scheduled release date, but little information about this port has come out. So little that there has even been speculation about the cancellation of the port.

It turns out that’s not the case. GoNintendo has received an update from developer miHoYo to find out what happened to the game’s port. Apparently the Genshin Impact The switch port always arrives:

“The Switch version is still in development and we will release more information as we progress,” miHoYo said in a statement.

Of course, this is still very little information and still tells us nothing about the planned release date for the port. Although those who thought it was canceled and were disappointed by the thought may be somewhat happy that things are not over yet for this port.

Due to lack of information, it is unclear what caused such a delay in releasing the port. During the time that elapsed between the announcement of the arrival of the Nintendo Switch Genshin Impact so far, a port has been released for PS5.

They also made more than enough money to fund a Genshin Impact Change ports. We just have that Genshin Impact surpassed $3 billion in revenue on their mobile versions alone.

At the same time, it was also reported that the game’s 2.7 update has been delayed indefinitely. With coronavirus fears and lockdown occurring in China during this time, it is also expected that work on the Genshin Impact The Switch port suffered the same setbacks as their new update plans.

What do you think of this news? Are you a Switch owner who would love to try playing the popular title on your console of choice?

Genshin Impact is available and free on Windows PC (via Epic Games Store and the official website), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Android, iOS and soon on Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, you can find our review here (we recommend it!).


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