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The developers of Drawn to Life want to bring their previous entries to Switch to create a larger sequel.

The developers of Drawn to Life want to bring their previous entries to Switch to create a larger sequel.

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The Drawn to Life franchise received many games during the Wii and DS era, but has been largely dormant for the past few years. But now, 505 Games and Digital Continue are reviving IP with a new entry titled Two Realms.

Joseph Tringali, founder of Digital Continue, former executive producer of Drawn to Life games, recently talked about Switch’s new titles and series in general. When asked about the possibility of past entries appearing on Nintendo’s current console, he said he was interested in it. Fans also see Tringali succeed in Two Realms.

Tringari told Nintendo everything:

“I had a pretty good idea of ​​it (switching from the previous Drawn to Life game), and that’s what I want to work on. The first two have a lot of stylus features, so the direct port is It’s not an option, but there are some cool ideas that I think will work. Doing this is both what we want to do, along with a larger sequel, but future plans are there for that. It depends 100% on a sufficient number of audiences. It will depend on the reception of two realms. “

Tringari also shared another interesting idea that brought to the future of Drawn to Life. While this series is primarily platform-focused, future games may explore other genres.

Drawn to Life: Two Switch realms will be released on December 7th. Look for a complete interview right away.


Drawn to Life dev wants to try bringing previous entries to Switch, make a bigger sequel

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