Last month publisher FDG Entertainment released their adaptation of a Zelda inspired themed game 'Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas' for Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. In just a few short weeks, the game skyrocketed with popularity as it has gone on to sell over a million units between the two gaming platforms alone.
The success was enough to motivate more versions for additional consoles, in an announcement recently made by the developer. Android and PlayStation Vita have now been added to the list, along with a "Nintendo Console".
The official statement made by the company reads: "After the successful launch of Oceanhorn on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the game managed to top 1 Million units sold across all platforms. Oceanhorn is currently available on iPhone and iPad, Apple TV, PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox. The game will be ported to even more platforms soon - including Android, PlayStation Vita and a Nintendo console."
So far lips remained sealed as nothing further has been released as to whether or not the mystery Nintendo console will be the Wii U, 3DS or the newly-announced Switch console from Nintendo. For now, gamers will have to sit back and wait it out as no more information can be released on this topic.... for now.
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