Fans may not have received a new Ninja Game for the current-gen consoles but a remaster for the trilogy is reportedly on its way to the Switch and PlayStation 4.
Game Source Entertainment, a huge video game distributor based in Hong Kong, recently uploaded a new listing for Ninja Gaiden Trilogy on their website. The details posted revealed that the game will be available on both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
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Both listings have been removed. Luckily Reddit fans took quick action and posted it on the website. Aside from this, the cached version is still available via the Switch page.
The leaked Ninja Gaiden Trilogy allegedly includes Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. Based on the listing, the compilation is set for a March 2021 release. However, it is unsure if this will be a remaster or a re-release.
It is also uncertain whether the trilogy will come to the other consoles. In a few cases, regional distributors still release versions to regions that they know will buy the games even if other editions on rival platforms already exist.
Regardless, the Tokyo Game Show is coming up in a few weeks where publisher Koei Tecmo is expected to reveal the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy.