Soon after making into the global market, Nintendo Switch has been up in the air for all the good reasons. The console already supports a slew of games, and going by latest reports, it looks set to get a bunch of titles from Ubisoft too.

The legendary game developer is holding an online discussion and is inviting select Nintendo Switch fans to join them.

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Ubisoft Wants Help From Its Fans

A Reddit user shared an email sent to him by Ubisoft. “If You are a Nintendo Switch player, Ubisoft would love to hear your thoughts,” the mail read. However, the invite seems to have only been sent to members of Uplay, Ubisoft’s PC games portal.

The game developer has partnered with Qual-Box to organise the discussion that will take place from April 5 to April 9, and again from June 21 and June 25. It said, “Nintendo Switch users across the world will be gathering online to share their thoughts and experiences using their webcam or their keyboard”.

The invite added, “Participation will involve about an hour of your time each day during each period, at whatever time works for you”. Ubisoft will also be paying credits up to $50 to the participants. However, it did not specify whether these will be Nintendo Switch or Uplay credits.

The email did not mention anything specific, but we suspect Ubisoft holds something big for Nintendo Switch – taking the fact that this comes from the developer that brought us games like Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed.

Four Ubisoft Games Already Confirmed For Nintendo Switch

As their previous games for Nintendo systems have done well, this could also be a workaround from the developer to gauge interest for its games for the switch console.

To recall, Ubisoft has already confirmed that it will be releasing four games for Nintendo Switch. While “Just Dance 2017” was released with the console itself, “Steep” and “Rayman Legends Definitive Edition” will be releasing very soon, along with a “surprise” game.