Bethesda has been one of the main third-party publishers on the Nintendo Switch so far, an ongoing collaboration after seeing success during the platform's first year with hybrid versions for both The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Doom. Now with Wolfenstein II just released and Doom Eternal announced as the first title to launch alongside the main versions, it looks like the highly-anticipated Rage 2 hasn't been ruled out either.
"We're looking at the tech on that right now, and we're still evaluating that", id Software head Tim Willits confirmed at this weekend's QuakeCon (as reported via Variety). "We stream everything, and we're just looking... because everything is open, everything is available, so there's no level loads. We are looking at that now, but we don't know."
Different to Doom or Wolfenstein, Rage 2 uses open-world technology created by Avalanche Studios, hence Willits' comments on the streaming matter, so it looks like it'd mean more than just 'pushing the Panic Button', so to speak.
Would you like to see Rage 2 on the Switch?