Nintendo just dropped a ton of information regarding upcoming Indie titles for the Nintendo Switch whose release dates will span from today all the way into early 2019!
Today, Nintendo released a surprise Indie Highlights video which showed off gameplay, as well as gave us release dates to a plethora of upcoming Indie titles for the Nintendo Switch.
You can check out the video below:
As you can see from the video, some titles are out today, while others will require a few more months of patience.
Prison Architect is available for download now on Nintendo Switch, with a new DLC dropping for the prison sim later this year.
Morphies Law, a game in which shooting other players makes their anatomy smaller while simultaneously making yours bigger, is also available in the eShop right now. Another title available now is Bad North. In Bad North you must help your Viking civilization conquer island after island, strategically fighting off invaders in turn-based combat. You can upgrade your Vikings and help make them a force to be reckoned with.
11bit Studios’ gorgeous looking Moonlighter has been given a Fall release date. The extremely busy studio is also helping with the hack and slash Children of Morta which is scheduled to drop sometime in 2019. They are also porting This War of Mine to the Switch for this November.
The incredible, rogue-lite/space shooter Everspace will be getting a release this December as well! Customize and pilot your ship while taking on mercenaries, bounty hunters, and fleets of galactic enemies in this special, Nintendo Switch version, the “Stellar Edition”.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom was given a release date of November 6, 2018.
Probably some of the most exciting news to come from Nintendo’s Indie Highlights though is the announcement of Wind Jammers coming to Switch on October 23, and the surprise announcement of a Windjammers Two coming early next year!!
Speaking of 2019, Nintendo Switch owners can look forward to titles like Terraria, Slay the Spire, and Night Call which have all been slated for a 2019 release.
While the surprise video has caught us off guard, it has certainly given Nintendo Switch owners a LOT to look forward to in the coming months.
Be sure to check back with us here at n3rdabl3 as we continue to cover and review these titles as they release. We’ve got you covered!