Nintendo Switch could be getting more ports for Telltale games.

Nintendo Switch console

Nintendo Switch console

The new hybrid console from Nintendo has already snapped up a version of the developer's hit game 'Minecraft: Story Mode Season 1' which is set to be released at an as yet unannounced time, and although no plans have been announced for other games to get a Switch port, Telltale are eager to work with the console.

Telltale head of communications Job Stauffer told "We haven't quite announced ['Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2' for Switch] but we certainly hope to continue things on that platform; we're big fans.

"It wouldn't be unheard if more of our series also made it to Switch; we love the platform. It's kind of perfect for what we do," he said. "All of our games are the same on mobile as they are on consoles. And for a mobile console [like the Switch] it's pretty awesome."

Although no other games in Telltale's library have been discussed for the Switch, it could make for some interesting games being made available for Switch users in the future.

Telltale predominantly focuses on story driven games, and have developed multiple series of video games based around popular movies and TV shows, including 'The Walking Dead', 'Game of Thrones', 'Guardians of the Galaxy', and 'Batman'.

Most recently, Telltale released the final episode of its 'The Walking Dead: A New Frontier' series, which was comprised of five episodes and was based on graphic novel series 'The Walking Dead' by Robert Kirkman.

Announcing the news in a blog post in May, Telltale said: "Thanks to the nuanced relationships you've developed over the course of this season, 'From the Gallows' will be Telltale's most tailored episode to date. As you know, Richmond teeters on the brink of collapse, and the lives of its citizens and all those closest to Javier hang in the balance. The decisions you've made and bonds you've nurtured will determine which characters now trust Javi to safeguard all they hold dear as this crisis pushes every relationship past its breaking point."