BugnaX developer Young Horses has given fans a brand new update on the potential Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X port.
Bugsnax is a charming and unique adventure game that was released alongside the PS5 last November.
The game’s popularity was supported by the fact that early users were able to download the game as part of the PS Plus collection for November.
Needless to say, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X owners were wondering if it would make its way to other platforms.
While game developer Young Horses hasn’t released an official announcement, it looks like Bugsnax will eventually make its way to other platforms.
When asked about a potential Switch port on Reddit, a spokesperson for Young Horses said, “We hope to bring Bugsnax to more platforms, but we haven’t decided or announced what those systems are yet. Sorry!”
Since the game is already on PS4, PS5 and PC, chances are it will get Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One port in the future.
The Switch port will likely take a little more work, but a game like Bugsnax seems perfectly suited for the platform.
In case you miss the launch time, Bugsnax orders players to capture and photograph wildlife on a mysterious island.
Bugsnax takes you on an eccentric adventure to Snaktooth Island, home of mythical creatures with their insect half-snack, Bugsnax.
Invited by intrepid explorer Elizabeth Megavige, she arrives to discover your constant host, her camp in disarray and her followers are scattered all over the island …
“It’s up to you to solve Snaktooth Island’s mysteries: What happened to Espert? What is Bugsnax and where did they come from? But above all: Why do they taste so good?”
Bugsnax was available as a free download to PS Plus subscribers from November and December.
Since then, PlayStation Plus subscribers have been treated to free PS5 games like Maneater and Worms Rumble.
Destruction All-Stars is the latest game added to the PlayStation Plus roster in February.
In a car combat game, players attempt to destroy opposition vehicles on foot or behind the wheel.
PS Plus subscribers can download the game for free until March 2.