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If the name Shadowgun Legends doesn't ring a bell, that's because the online shooter is currently only available on mobile devices - where it has found quite a bit of success. Thanks in part to its breadth of content that includes hundreds of story missions, PvP, guilds, a social hub, RPG progression, and more. As for the Nintendo Switch version, what we see so far looks pretty impressive.

Where Said Marek Rabas, CEO and creative director of MADFINGER Games states, "We are super excited about the opportunity to bring our most ambitious game to Nintendo Switch players. Our goal is to deliver the best FPS game on Switch." Which results in the fast 60fps gameplay we see in the trailer above, born from the studio's expertise with the TEGRA chip that powers the Switch.

We're not saying that this is Destiny for the Switch, although the headline kind of does, but it's an impressive look at non-id developed shooter for Nintendo's console.

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