Nintendo signs new agreement and grants funding for Forever Entertainment to publish games on Switch

It seems that Nintendo continues to support external companies with new projects. That’s what we heard this afternoon from Forever Entertainment.

The Polish development studio, which has published numerous games on Nintendo Switch with Panzer Dragoon: Remake being one of the most notable, has confirmed a deal it has struck with Nintendo that will see it receive a “significant” amount of money to publish titles on the hybrid console. At this stage it is not known which games are involved.

Nor is it specified how many games Forever Entertainment will release under the deal, as the statement only says the following:

The management of Forever Entertainment SA (FE) announces the conclusion of a material agreement between FE and Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Nintendo) of Japan.

Under the terms of the agreement, FE will receive significant financial support from Nintendo for the implementation of the publishing agreement, which aims to release several Nintendo Switch titles from FE’s publishing plan. The exact release dates for all games will be communicated separately in ongoing reports.