Nintendo is once again set to bring more Wii U games to its platform, the Switch. After all, it has been the company’s practice as long as the video game industry can remember. Add to this the fact that it has a better system, allowing titles to reach wider markets.

As of this writing, among the Wii U games that have reached Nintendo Switch are namely “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” and “Lego City Undercover” courtesy of Warner Bros. Soon, though, “Pokken Tournament” will be part of this growing list. But believe it or not, Nintendo is far from over.

More Wii U games coming to Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s very own president Reggie Fils-Aime revealed that the company is set to bring more games from the Wii U console to the Switch this year. Interestingly, most of these will be “Deluxe” titles. As a matter of fact, the move has reportedly started already, with Fils-Aime suggesting that an “active discussion” has commenced between publishers, developers and members. As soon as this discussion reaches an agreement, the community will soon know the other ports the company is working on.

The Nintendo executive revealed that they want to continue the franchises even if it means moving to a better and much capable system. “It comes down to how we do something more,” he said.

It holds true, though, that moving Wii U games to the Switch has been successful. So far, the reception from the community have been remarkable. This alone have inspired the company to do more.

It's all about making a difference

In the history of video games, it cannot be denied that Wii U has a good number of enriched titles.

All of these, in one way or another, came with opportunities that fit perfectly with Nintendo Switch. It is even noticeable that the games, now with new ports, have displayed dramatic changes. “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe,” in particular, arrived with new features and added race tracks. These things were not present in the previous port, but the developers added them to portray change.

Nintendo believes that by doing so, they are making a difference in the gaming world. Among the expected Wii U title embrace the Switch soon is “Metroid: Samus Returns,” a remake of the titular 1991 game “Metroid II.” As confirmed, it will be introduced with more colors, vibrant designs and gameplay overhauls. As of this writing, the tech giant has yet to reveal the other titles; however, they are believed to unravel these in the next few weeks or so.