Game Maker Studio has seen a lot of populatiry over its lifetime, with some big breakout hits such as Spelunky, Uncanny Valley, and Hotline Miami making the engine one of the more popular ones amongst indie developers. With support for PC, Xbox One and PS4, it also opened up a number of platforms to developers. In the recent Nintendo Direct video, we had confirmation that the engine now supports the Switch, with new and existing titles set to come to Nintendo's neon console curio.
Possibly the most well known title from the engine is Undertale, the superb JRPG game that promotes non-violence as a realistic option and remembers what happens between play throughs. The game was inspired by Nintendo classics Mother and Earthbound, so it is fitting that the 2015 megahit is now being released on the Switch.
We've heard that the game is due for release in the summer, but although there was a preview shown in the Nintendo Direct, the release date wasn't announced. We'll let you know as soon as we do though, so keep your eyes here on GameGrin for more details as they come in.