Adam Creighton, the director of the development studio Panic Button, has discussed how long the developers have been working with the Nintendo Switch hardware and hinted towards an announcement next month.
According to Creighton in a recent interview with Variety, Panic Button has been working with the Nintendo Switch hardware for " almost six years" which is "more than almost any third party."
Panic Button is the studio that brought AAA titles such as Rocket League, Doom and Wolfenstein II to the Switch. The developers have clearly proven that they are more than capable to tackle large games so what is next on the menu? According to Variety, Creighton said that the company is currently working on another project that will be announced next month, until then there has been no official reveal. We will be sure to follow up on whatever Panic Button has in store for us.
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