Yesterday’s Nintendo’s E3 2019 presentation was filled with a lot of major announcements. Though not all of them were good but some were very exciting and unexpected. You can check all the news related to it right here:
Sequel For Breath Of The Wild
Nintendo saved the most unexpected announcement for the last. They teased that a full sequel in working for the famous Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. We didn’t have much information on it yet but it will have a dark theme.
More Resident Evil
There is already much resident evil on Switch, yet two more are coming to it. Both of the survival horror series: Resident Evil 5 and 6 will launch soon this year.
New Fighters In Super Mario Bros
New combatants to join Ultimate are the stars from Dragon Quest and fan-favorites Banjo-Kazooie. Dragon Quest’s hero is coming this summer with the ability to shift powers. While the Banjo’s is coming this fall.
LUIGI’S MANSION 3 New Look
This game may not be the biggest Nintendo’s franchise, but the latest version looks like it could take the game to new heights. It’s a perfect combination of horror and comedy, plus you can smash ghosts. It will launch on Switch later this year.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The famous Witcher 3: Wild Hunt which is one best role-playing game will available to play on the go. You can expect it to play later this year.
DARK CRYSTAL MEETS FINAL FANTASY TACTICS
A new turn-based strategy game based on Netflix’s prequel called The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is coming on Switch. Also, it looks like a surprisingly good fit.
Release Date for LINK’S AWAKENING
On September 20th, the remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening will be released. This Switch’s game has stunning visuals and a new mode where you can design challenging dungeons to play through.
NO MORE HEROES 3 ANNOUNCED
The game looks as bad as you’d imagine, and this time, it features flying mechs. After the disappointing spinoff, Goichi Suda is back with a proper sequel to No More Heroes 2. You’ll be able to play this in 2020.
POKÉBALL PLUS SUPPORT ON POKÉMON SWORD AND SHIELD
If you have a Pokéball Plus, there’s some good news: you can use it with the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Shield on the Switch. You can use it to take critters out of the game and into the real world, which, in turn, will earn you various bonuses.
ANIMAL CROSSING DELAYED BUT LOOKS FANTASTIC
Bad news: after originally being slated for a 2019 release, Animal Crossing on the Switch has been pushed back to March 20th, 2020. Wait, we have some good news too. The game, dubbed New Horizons, looks great, with a new setup that tasks players with building up a community on a deserted island.