Konami might have gotten quite a bit of flack with the way they handled the Metal Gear franchise and how the game’s producer Hideo Kojima left the company, but that all seems to be in the past (for the most part) as the company has churned out a hit and winner in the form of Super Bomberman R for the Nintendo Switch.

Now Konami has many titles attached to its name and it looks like the company still has plans for bringing more of its titles onto the Switch. Speaking with Miketendo64, Konami’s Richard Jones revealed that the company has been holding a lot of internal discussions regarding what titles they could be bringing to Nintendo’s console.

According to Jones, he acknowledges that Castlevania is a popular title that many gamers are interested in seeing arrive for the Switch, but he also tempered expectations by saying that discussions are still ongoing and that nothing is set in stone. “So we do know there is a demand for a new game, but right now nothing is set in stone as the discussions are still on going.”

He also states that there are still quite a few big updates for Super Bomberman R on its way, such as more stages, and that they could potentially be adding more costumes and characters further down the line.

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