We’re currently working on a review for Bloody Zombies on Nintendo Switch, so we got in touch with nDreams to talk about the game’s development for Nintendo’s hybrid console.
PS4Blog.net Hi! Thank you for joining us today. Could you please present yourself to our readers and tell them a bit about your work?
I’m Dan Sheridan, communications manager for nDreams. We are the UK’s largest developer and publisher of VR games. Bloody Zombies was originally developed for VR by Paw Print Games based in Chester, UK. The game released in September 2017 on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive and later in the month released on Xbox One. The intention was to make a game that could work equally and deliver a great experience on any platform.
We received a lot of community feedback that they would like to see the title on Nintendo Switch and we agreed that Bloody Zombies would work well on the platform as it allows players to just pick-up and play on the go or in local/online multiplayer.
PS4B: On that note, Bloody Zombies is out on Nintendo Switch. How would you describe the game to someone who’s never heard about it?
Bloody Zombies was inspired by classic titles of the same genre – a co-op brawler for Nintendo Switch featuring an innovative freeform combat system that evolves as you progress through the game. Team up with friends in local or online multiplayer and bash the brains of a variety of zombies with an expanding special move-set.
PS4B: Were there any particular challenges or hurdles the team had to overcome during the porting process to the Nintendo Switch?
The game came together very well on the platform. We had excellent support from Nintendo to get the game on the system, and there were a few minimal challenges to overcome.
PS4B: Is DLC being considered for the game to expand on its content?
No plans to add DLC to the game at this time.
PS4B: And now it is time for us to go. Would you like to add anything else before we end this?
London is being overrun by the zombie horde. Grab your friends, team up and bash brains on Nintendo Switch!