Recall that Injustice 2 has a version for mobile, where the game system is different.
"Yeah, I think at the end of the day you can make nearly any game... there are inevitable compromises, but you know, you can make some version of Injustice on the Atari 2600", Boon stated.
If you have a Nintendo Switch, odds are that you want a version of every game to come to the platform.
After all, the Switch is in need of a big fighting game, as it now has titles like Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Ultra Street Fighter II and countless Neo-Geo brawlers at the moment. That said, the technical challenges could see NetherRealm turn to an outside studio to handle the process. "It's not going to be great, but I bet you can make something". "Yeah, actually, I do", he noted.
In the interview, he talks about the differences between consoles like the PlayStation 4 and the Switch: "It is a pretty different hardware architecture; it's not like you can go from a PlayStation 4 to a Switch really easily". "I think we would need to set up something in terms of an external team. I do think it would", he continued.
That might even extend to Injustice 2, NetherRealm's latest fighter that's now available on PS4 and Xbox One.
That's far from an official confirmation, but it certainly sounds like it's an idea that has been kicked around the studio: "You could have tournaments, everyone comes over with their own system and you can have whole structured tournaments and parallel gameplay and all that".