The developers of Trek to Yomi have responded, leaving the door open for an adaptation to the hybrid system to be ready at some point.
Trek to Yomi, the samurai adventure that captures all the essence of Akira Kurosawa’s cinema, is just over a month away and has left gamers with very positive impressions with every trailer that has been released. So much so that a large group of Nintendo Switch users are wondering if they’ll be able to enjoy the action title too. It didn’t take long for the authorities to respond.
“The game will be available on 5 platforms on its release, but we don’t exclude the possibility of there being a Switch version in the future,” said Marcin Kryszpin, the director of development, in a statement collected by Gaming Bolt.
So players of the hybrid system can breathe a sigh of relief, as all signs point to the game being ported sooner rather than later. Devolver Digital is responsible for the game’s release and is usually a significant supporter of the Japanese console.
Trek to Yomi is scheduled to be released on PC on Steam on May 5; PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Microsoft’s subscription service Game Pass, where it will be released for the first time. Trek to Yomi challenges the user to take on the role of Hiroki, a young swordsman who, on his deathbed, has sworn an oath to his master to protect his city and his beloved village from all threats.