Konami explained why they are not bringing content from Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution for Switch for PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of Legacy of the Duelist.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The legacy of the duelist: the evolution of the link finally it will open the way to Nintendo Switch on August 20, so it is worth noting that the new improvements it brings are not reaching the versions of Duelist's legacy on other platforms. DualShockers learned in March that "the mechanics in Yu-Gi-Oh! The legacy of the duelist: the evolution of the link are exclusive to Nintendo Switch ", that is, those who own Duelist's legacy on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, new features and content are being lost. In a recent interview, Konami's producer, Charles Murakami, explained why exactly that decision was made.
According to Murakami, Konami is "considering different possibilities for all our games in all systems." Evolution of links The versions for PC, PS4 and Xbox One are not enough Duelist's legacy Through a simple update or DLC. "Link Summoning adds to many differences from the original Yu-Gi-Oh! The legacy of the duelist. for Evolution of links, we have to keep most of the original game and add new content, but below it is almost a completely new game. So, it is not the same as before, where we can only add the cards through an update or DLC, "he said.
While those who have the game in other consoles may feel disappointed by having to retake the game to test the new story missions, the invocation of links and play with the new set of rules, Charles spoke very well of working on Nintendo Switch and adapt a Yu-Gi-Oh! Console game for a hybrid system that works on the fly. "We wanted to take advantage of the portability and style of the Switch's home console, so it's an interesting option for both the local and online games … Since the switch is a hybrid console, we knew that players would expect a feature that It's another portable Yu-Gi. "" Oh! games – local multiplayer. "Therefore, making all multiplayer modes work both online and in the local game was essential," Murakami told DualShockers.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The legacy of the duelist: the evolution of the link It will arrive at Nintendo Switch on August 20 and can be pre-ordered at Amazon. You can expect the complete interview with Konami's Charles Murakami to be published next week.