E3 2019 - CD Projekt RED's legendary open-world RPG is being condensed to the Nintendo Switch this year, but another studio is coming in to help with porting.
Saber Interactive, the dev team behind World War Z, is porting Geralt's sprawling epic fantasy story to the Switch, a press release today confirmed. While CD Projekt RED isn't directly adapting the game (all hands are on deck for Cyberpunk 2077's launch in 2020), the Polish devs will be intimately involved with the process: "The game is being ported to Nintendo Switch by Saber Interactive in close cooperation with CD PROJEKT RED," reads a press release.
The Witcher 3: Complete Edition brings every post-release expansion--including Hearts of Stone and the massive Blood and Wine--and DLC release onto the Switch. It's being developed to "take full advantage of everything the Switch has to offer," hinting motion controls could be included (this hasn't been confirmed yet though). The graphics admittedly don't look too hot and we're worried about the performance too. The Switch isn't exactly a beastly system, but CDPR and Saber could pull it off.