Nintendo Switch NEW GAMES announced: FULL LIST of incoming titles | Gaming | Entertainment


The Nintendo Switch console-handheld hybrid can both be played at home and on-the-go. Part of the Switch’s success is in part due to the vast volume of games the platform supports. And gamers will be treated to a number of new titles in 2019, according to Nintendo’s latest Indie Highlights video.

As anticipated, Nintendo unveiled a variety of new games heading to the Switch in the coming months in today’s latest Indie Highlights reel.

Nintendo showcased nine new indie titles for the versatile gaming console.

And a some of the releases are even available to download today.

The big news from the Indie Highlights presentation was the SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh announcement.

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SteamWorld Quest – the latest game in Image & Form’s genre-spanning series – is a deck-building role-playing game with fantasy and steampunk themes in its hand-drawn universe.

The steampunk-fantasy RPG sees gamers choose cards to perform action.

Although no release date has been confirmed, the game is believed to arrive on the Nintendo Switch in only a few months.

Nintendo also announced a release date for Wargroove, the Advance Wars-style turn-based strategy game from Chucklefish.

Wargrove is being talked of as the spiritual successor to Advance Wars.

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After following very public delays, the Wargroove is finally slated to land on the Nintendo Switch on February 1.

And those who have been long awaiting the release can already pre-order it from the Eshop.

While those two eagerly-anticipated titles are not yet available, some of the new titles are available to download right now from Nintendo Switch.

These including the ridiculous Goat Simulator: The GOATY, a well-rendered 2D co-op sidescroller Unruly Heroes, and the Bridge Constructor-like construction game When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.

Other titles we got a look at during the presentation included Chucklefish’s atmospheric platformer, Inmost, the unique rhythm metal shooter Double Kick Heroes, and the 2D action RPG CrossCode.

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Goat Simulator: The GOATY — Out now

Inmost — 2019

Unruly Heroes — Out now

CrossCode — 2019

SteamWorld Quest — 2019

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