Nintendo Announced New Games For Switch This 2018

Super Smash Bros For Nintendo Switch is arriving this year, Nintendo announced today. Nintendo revealed the Switch version of the game during today’s Nintendo Direct.

In addition to the big news that a new Smash Bros. is currently in works, today Nintendo also revealed a bunch of new games coming to the Switch for this year. One of the new games are an upgraded version of the excellent Wii U puzzle game Captain Toad, scheduled to launch on July 13th, the remastered Crash Bandicoot trilogy this coming July 10th, along with Okami, which will be available during summertime.

The colorful multiplayer shooter Splatoon 2 is getting a paid expansion, with a new single-player add-on which will include new levels and lots more. It will cost $19.99 and also will be available this summer.

The South Park role-playing game The Fractured But Whole is coming to the Switch on April 24th, while the horror adventure Little Nightmares will be available on May 18th. The cult hit indie RPG Undertale is getting a Switch release too. The company also revealed that the formerly announced Switch remaster of Dark Souls is going to be accompanied by a slick looking new Amiibo figure.

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