'Everything' is coming to the Nintendo Switch.



The indie simulation game from developer David O'Reilly has been announced as the latest game to get a port for Nintendo's hybrid console, as it will be available on the Nintendo Switch eShop from January 10.

Double Fine Productions announced 'Everything's Switch release alongside a trailer starring a Switch console, which roams around the game's wide-ranging environments, with the game itself displayed on its screen.

'Everything' is a universal expansion simulator, where players occupy everything from polar bears to palm trees to planets of varying size.

The game was first released on PlayStation 4 before coming to Linux, Mac, and Windows in spring 2017, and the introduction of the game to the Switch console will be the first time the game has been ported to a portable console.

'Everything's Nintendo Switch port comes as a piece of good news for Switch users, who have been left disappointed in recent weeks by the news that 'Red Dead Redemption 2' is unlikely to be coming to the console.

Nintendo's executive Reggie Fils-Aimé said: "Absolutely. We'd love for it to be there.

"But again - and this is where there needs to be an understanding of just the development process - 'Red Dead' has been in development for years, time that predated any communication of Nintendo Switch.

"So, from the developer's mentality, they need to move forward and finish the game they've been working on and then be in a position to look at other opportunities."