Polish publisher Forever Entertainment SA has announced a new partnership with Nintendo to create games for the Nintendo Switch.
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Forever Entertainment’s statement read: “The management of Forever Entertainment SA (FE) announces the conclusion of a material agreement between FE and Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Nintendo) of Japan.”
Forever Entertainment will receive ‘significant financial support from Nintendo’ to publish games on the Nintendo Switch.
Forever Entertainment SA is best known for its work on the Panzer Dragoon and The House Of The Dead games. In recent years, the publisher has also released several games on the Nintendo Switch console.
There are no details on what games are included in the deal yet, however a further announcement will be made in the future. In recent years the publisher has released the likes of the Panzer Dragoon Remake, Thief Simulator and Sinless on the Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix announced a similar partnership with Forever Entertainment earlier this year. This partnership will involve Forever Entertainment remaking a number of titles for the developer.
There are no confirmed details, but fans believe the remakes could be anything from Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger through to Tomb Raider or Just Cause.
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Some bonuses from the last year during the pandemic will remain though, things such as the first catch of the day and GO Battle League bonuses will stay.
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