GungHo Online Entertainment, though, have decided to get straight to the point with Ninjala, their multiplayer action game first unveiled at E3 2018. In a development update, Executive Producer Kazuki Morishita explains that the game has been delayed to 2020.
They want to provide a reliable online experience, hence the need for more polish. In addition, more content will be added to the game to give it some extra depth.
Players can blow bubbles during matches, and the size of the bubble makes for different weapons. It’s certainly some creative stuff, and the vibrant style and modern setting look neat, so here’s hoping Ninjala does well when it comes out for the Switch in Spring 2020.