Featured Battle Chasers: Nightwar – Switch ver. Delayed Until Further Notice, Mostly Due to the Unity Engine’s Poor Optimization. Advertisement With Battle Chasers: Nightwar just around the corner, Airship Syndicate have just announced that the Switch version of the game will be indefinitely delayed. As of now, the Switch version is delayed and we’re not quite sure till when. We’re waiting on some updates to Unity that we’ll need before we can comfortably promise a release date for the game. We know this is a hotly anticipated version of Nightwar, so we don’t take such delays lightly, but our #1 priority is making sure the version we release performs up to expected standards.Advertisement Airship did, however, claim that the delay should not take too long and that they are doing everything they can to get the game running properly on the Switch as fast as possible. Once we have a reliable date we can promise, you’ll be the first to know. We don’t expect this delay to be significant, but it’s a bit of an unknown. The Unity engine is not well optimized for the Nintendo Switch, that much is obvious. Most games that launched on Nintendo’s newest system that run in Unity have been clunky, to say the least. It is reassuring that Airship is putting in their all into optimizing it, but it is a shame that the Switch version won’t launch with the rest of them. SourceAdvertisement Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:Battlechasers: NightwarNintendoNintendo SwitchRPG Up Next Destiny 2 Holds 1st Place On UK Charts For The Third Week In a Row Don't Miss Three DLC packs announced for Fire Emblem Warriors on the Nintendo Switch Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisement Trending Featured2 weeks ago EA Didn’t Change Anything. They Just Postponed Their Money Grab Scheme. Featured3 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured4 months ago Ubisoft announced Year 3 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Support and Content Featured3 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?