While we didn’t get the announcements from Nintendo that were previously rumored, Switch fans probably won’t complain either way. You can watch the latest Nintendo live stream here, and below we’ve listed all the announcements and milestones for you!
clash fire emblem
The next installment was introduced, the previously rumored Fire Emblem series, which, based on the first trailer, promises an already well-established game with a new story and, of course, new characters. It will be released on January 20, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch.
According to rumors – and contrary to Joseph Faris’ statement – the excellent co-op will finally appear on the Nintendo Switch – Switch owners will have to wait until November 4. It Takes Two can be played both online and locally, of course, and in the case of the latter, you can even use two devices at the same time.
Killer Frame: Lunar Eclipse Mask
Early next year, Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, originally released for the Wii, will finally hit the West. The material will be fully cross-platform.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Xenoblade Chronicles 3’s second expansion will launch on October 13th, bringing a new hero and challenges that promise special rewards. The third package is ready!
Boxing Fitness – Fist of the North Star
Perhaps the most surreal part of the show was Fitness Boxing – Fist of the North Star, a rhythm-fighting game from the Fist of the North Star universe.
On September 27, Tunic will arrive on the Nintendo Switch (or PS4 and PS5)!
Front Mission 1st, Front Mission 2, Front Mission 3
The principle of remaking the first three games from Front Mission returns, the first part could be released as early as November, and the second part is expected to be released next year. It is interesting that the second episode was not released in the West.
Seasons Story: A Wonderful Life
We took another look at the life simulator coming in the summer of 2023:
Octopath Traveler II
The second part of Octopath Traveler has been introduced, where we can explore Solistia in the company of eight new heroes. We can play it on February 24th.
Next spring, Fae Farm, another farming life simulator that can be played by up to four people at the same time, will be coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch.
Percussion: the final bar line
The next installment of the rhythm game paying tribute to the Final Fantasy series will arrive on February 16, promising players nearly four hundred songs, and nearly five hundred including DLCs. Among the latter, we will also find SaGa, NieR, Octopath Traveler and Live A Live items.
Mario + Rapids: Sparks of Hope
We got another look at the game coming out on October 20th.
Rune Factory 3 Special
Next year, Rune Factory 3 will return as a new release on the Nintendo Switch, and the creators have also hinted at the arrival of a new series.
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack
New Nintendo 64 games on the way to service: Pilotwings 64, Mario Party and Mario Party 2 – These games will launch this year – Mario Party 3, Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2, 1080° Snowboarding and Excitebike 64 – These will only be available next year . As a bonus, they announced the arrival of GoldenEye 007 – the latter will also work on Xbox consoles.
different daily life
We’ve had to wait until now for the first drop of shadow of the day: Square Enix’s new role-playing game, Various Daylife, is now available for purchase on PC and Switch. It will be available on PS4 on September 16th.
Mario Strikers: Battle League
Later this month, the soccer game’s second free update will be rolling out, which will bring new characters and equipment.
Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End and the Secret Key
The third part of the Atelier Ryza series will arrive on February 24, watch a new teaser!
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Even during the holidays, we’ll receive the next Mario Kart 8 Deluxe track package, and we’ve been able to take a closer look at a couple of the new features. One of the new locations is the familiar Merry Mountain from Mario Kart Tour, while the other is Mario Kart DS’s Peach Gardens.
Nintendo Switch Sports
Although a bit late, golf during the holidays will be added to the Nintendo Switch Sports games — for free, of course.
Shigeru Miyamoto himself also appeared during the Nintendo Direct, unveiling Pikmin Edition 4 after the rather unpleasant Pikmin Bloom showcased. It’s coming next year, and we already know we’ll be able to watch its events from a new camera perspective, even from a Pikmin’s point of view.
Just Dance 2023 Edition
If there was a recent Nintendo Direct and a new Just Dance coming, these two would inevitably meet:
As the role-playing game from Square Enix showed with the same life-simulation elements, you can get a taste of the upcoming game on November 4th today with the help of the demo!
On October 28, the much-anticipated third part of Bayonetta, which also received a longer trailer for the game after the short teaser shown on Direct, will arrive. Check them out both!
Next spring, the new development of the Danganronpa team will be released first on Switch:
Resident Evil games of all quantities
Capcom is spraying the Switch with the games Resident Evil: Resident Evil: Village, Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2, and Resident Evil 3 coming to the console this year — in cloudy form, of course. You’ll arrive in the village first on October 28, then on December 2 you’ll also receive the Winters expansion – and you can even push the demo!
Sifu will also be released on Switch on November 8.
Basic Crisis – Final Fantasy VII – Reunion
On December 13, Crisis Core – Final Fantasy VII – Reunion will arrive on all platforms, including the Nintendo Switch.
Symphony Tales Remastered
The remastered Tales of Symphonia is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch early next year.
Kirby’s return to Dreamland Deluxe
For Kirby’s 30th birthday, Nintendo has prepared another surprise: On February 24th, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land, released for the Wii, will be released on the Nintendo Switch — somewhat revamped, of course.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
We didn’t exactly get the rumored Zelda announcement before, but fans probably won’t be complaining either: Nintendo announced that the Breath of the Wild sequel will be called Tears of the Kingdom and hit stores on May 12.
In the program, we also saw shorter introductions to the following games:
- SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake
- Radiant Silvergun
- endless dungeon
- Life is Strange: The Arcadia Bay Collection
- Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Remastered
- LEGO Bricktales
- Disney Speedstorm
- fall guys
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