Nintendo’s messaging about its online for Switch wasn’t too clear upon its reveal last week, but a recent interview with Nintendo of America COO Reggie Fils-Aimé have shed some light on what it will look like.
The Switch’s launch lineup just became a little less sparse.
The Big N held a Fire Emblem-centric Nintendo Direct earlier today, which included quite a bit of news for future Switch owners. Here’s a comprehensive look at what was announced.
Constructor HD, a remake of the 1997 real-time strategy construction simulator, will launch alongside Nintendo’s next console on March 3rd.
As is the case for every Nintendo system, the Switch’s third-party support will be a hot discussion topic amongst gaming enthusiasts. The Switch’s third-party lineup is far from being stellar, but that doesn’t mean that zero third-party games are on the way.
Here’s a look at third-party ports for Nintendo Switch. This list only includes games that have been/will be released on other platforms. For instance, the new No More Heroes and Shin Megami Tensei titles announced at the Switch Presentation are absent from this list because they are Switch exclusives.
Fire Emblem Warriors was announced at the Nintendo Switch Presentation, yesterday, but no details or gameplay were shared. That’s set to change next week.
Some new information about the Switch’s hardware was revealed at the Switch Presentation and on Nintendo’s website. Here’s a look at what has been confirmed thus far.
Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon posted a Switch-related poll to his Twitter profile, earlier today.