Nintendo has given us an extensive look at what gamers can look forward to. As expected, the focus was on the Nintendo Switch, for which many new games were shown. A good part of the announced titles should come in the first half of 2021.
Fans of the Zelda series get their money’s worth with a new title for the Switch. Although “new” is not entirely, it is a re-release of the Wii-U exclusive The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. More information on this will follow soon.
The first Mario Golf for the Switch is also just around the corner. Mario Golf Super Rush comes with motion control and a story mode.
Splatoon 3 is set to be the first offshoot of the franchise for the Switch. Apart from the fact that it is set in the desert, not much is known yet. It should not come until 2022.
There was also news to be announced for Animal Crossing. Items and furniture from the Super Mario universe will be available from March 1st. A free update will also follow on February 25th.
And much more
Other announcements include the switch port of Fall Guys Ultimate, the Japanese action adventure Indie Darling Outer Wilds and No More Heroes 3. That is announced for August and will be released exclusively for the Switch.
You can check out the complete Nintendo event with all announcements here.