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Is Marvel's Blade Coming To Nintendo Switch?

Is Marvel's Blade Coming To Nintendo Switch?

The Game Awards revealed some truly amazing titles coming in the next few years. One of these titles is Marvel's Blade, being developed by Arkane Lyon Studios. Famous for projects such as Dishonored, Deathloop, and Redfall, players can expect some fast-paced first-person gameplay as they gun down hordes of vampires in this game. 

The game was showcased by Microsoft and Xbox, confirming that the game would be coming to both Xbox Series X|S and PC. However, is the game coming to Nintendo Switch as well?

If you're curious to learn more, you've come to the right place. This article will cover everything we know about Marvel's Blade on Nintendo Switch. 

Is Marvel's Blade Coming To Nintendo Switch 

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Marvel's Blade is being developed by Arkane Lyon. (Picture: Marvel / Arkane Lyon)

At the time of writing this, there is no confirmation that Marvel's Blade will be coming to Nintendo Switch. The trailer gave very little information with regard to cross-platform accessibility and gameplay, as it was less than two minutes long. We are all in the dark for now it seems. 

However, some viewers have pointed out that the Xbox logo was not emblazoned across the title drop at the end of the trailer. Were this the case, it would surely signify this as an Xbox-exclusive game. However, because this logo is not shown, it could be a way of signaling that the game will be coming to other consoles either on release or down the line. 

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Get ready to take on hordes of vampires! (Picture: Marvel / Arkane Lyon)

This is pure speculation, and we will need to wait for official confirmation before getting our hopes up. 

That being said, the prospect of a Nintendo Switch release is highly unlikely. While there may be hope for a PS5 release at the same time as the Xbox / PC release or a little after, the Nintendo Switch likely does not have the power to run a game of this level. 

Furthermore, Arkane Studios seldom releases a game on Nintendo Switch, only ever doing so once in 2019 with Wolfenstein: Youngblood. 

Maybe Marvel's Blade can come to the rumored Nintendo Switch 2, but we recommend not getting your hopes up for a Nintendo Switch release for this game.