The game will be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC on October 9th.
That range would represent a big increase from the Switch's current baseline of about 10 games released per week, on average, over the past year (a number that includes indie titles as well as games from major publishers).
Since its release the game has received its fair share of criticism, with Gamespot awarding the game 6/10. After all, many Warframe players would attest that the Digital Extremes title is everything fans of Bungie's science fiction shooter series would want and then some, and its availability on Switch might sway some into the way of the Tenno. In response, Senior Executive Officer Susumu Tanaka indicated that Nintendo is planning to ramp up their indie support even further going forward.
Why should I play Warframe on Switch?
A spokesperson for 2K Games issued the below statement confirming that there are no plans to release the game on The Switch platform. The developers have only just recently announced that the game would be coming to the Switch, so it may actually be some time before players have any clear indication of when they'll be able to grab the game and take it on the go.
Having 20 to 30 games to choose from each week (that's around 100 a month, by the way) might sound incredible at first, but this could present an avalanche of problems.
Would you like to see that number of Switch games appear?
"Our goal is cross-platform play", explains Warframe Creative Director Steve Sinclair.