On the Nintendo front, a year ago, only 3 percent of surveyed devs were working on a Switch project, while that number has risen to 12 percent in 2018. In terms of the preference of the developers, Switch placed in the third place with 36%, below PC with 59% and PS4 with 39%. One in three developers are interested in the Nintendo hybrid console, with 12 percent of respondents now developing for the platform (versus three percent from 2017).
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Virtual reality, meanwhile, appears as though it may be in the initial stage of a popularity downturn.
Asked to explain their positions on VR, one respondent wrote, "it might not seem like it's going far fast, but it's steady". Keep in mind that the Switch hasn't even been on store shelves for a year yet.
"When asked to select which business model (s) they planned to use for their next game, almost half (49%) said "pay to download" and 39% said "free to download".
PC and mobile are still the most popular platforms for gamemakers, but development is slipping in the latter: 32 percent of respondents say their game is headed to mobile, vs 35 percent in 2017. And while there's a slight increase in the number of developers now working on mobile games - 36 per cent - that number dips back down to 32 per cent when asked on which platform they expect their next game to release.