With growing popularity of Nintendo’s latest console, gaming companies are trying to bring the latest games as soon as possible. Moving forwards, games will be much more realistic thanks to the addition of Unreal Engine 4 support. This of course depends on developers whether they use the engine or not.

This new release, UE 4.16, replaces version 4.15, which had experimental support for Switch development. There are about 20 titles being developed that use Unreal Engine and it is safe to say that the number will increase big time in the future.

In related news, for the second time in a row, Nintendo Switch outsold both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in the US, and is on the best road to do the same next month.