The largest video game publisher and distributor in Hong Kong recently listed the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy for both PS4 and Nintendo Switch, implying that good news could be in store for fans of iconic ninja Ryu Hayabusa.
The news comes from ResetEra, where a thread collecting various indicators of a potential Ninja Gaiden Trilogy remaster was recently published. All of these sources pointed to Hong Kong-based publisher Game Source Entertainment, where two store pages for the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy was recently posted online. Although the pages have since been deleted, screenshots of both exist, and a cached version of the Switch page is still accessible via the link above.
You can check out a screenshot of the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy for Nintendo Switch listing below.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the listing is for Nintendo Switch and the release date is set for March 2021. It’s also clearly priced at $39.99, implying that the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy won’t launch at the same price as a new release.
A listing for the PS4 version of the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy was also posted on Reddit. This page isn’t accessible at all anymore, but the screenshot shows that the price and release date for PS4 are the same as the Nintendo Switch version, which further reinforces the possibility of the store pages being legitimate.
You can check out the screenshot of the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy PS4 listing below, too.
As it stands, the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy ports for Nintendo Switch and PS4 have yet to be officially confirmed by Koei Tecmo or Team Ninja. However, given the status of Game Source Entertainment in Hong Kong, it’s worth attaching some credibility to the listings.
If the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy remaster for PS4 and Switch really is in the works, it will likely launch at some point in March 2021, and will set you back $39.99 or your regional equivalent.
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