Nintendo has a little hastily and funny given us a whole bunch of good news via his latest Nintendo Direct mini Partner Showcase. As usual with Partner Showcase, this applies to Nintendo’s partners (second and third parties).
The broadcast began with a demonstration of Bravely Default II. The narrator’s voice went through the game’s layout and story, at the same time as we got to see several glimpses of gameplay and hear music and voice acting. The demo version released earlier this year has generated 20,000 responses in feedback and the developers are now working to implement the most important from the feedback. We also found out a release date: February 26, 2021. If you are completely digital and do not want to miss this, you can pre-book already now on the eShop.
Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, the latest installment in The Farmer Sees Everything franchise, will be released on March 26, 2021. This game also got a review of what we can expect in terms of story and game system.
Purple Surviving the Aftermath from Iceflake Studios and Paradox Interacive will be coming to Switch sometime next year. The game was released on PC last Thursday (October 22).
Immortals: Fenyx Rising got his time in the spotlight. The narrator gave us some details about the combat system and a date to look forward to: December 3, the game will be released on Switch.
Bakugan: Champions of Vestoria, from Warner Bos. Games and WayForward, will be released on November 6. The game is (so far) exclusive to the Switch.
Clay Entertainments latest work, Griftlands, the console will reach sometime in the summer of 2021. The game is already available on Epic Store and Steam.
Tropico 6 it also gets a Nintendo Switch Edition, and it gets it on November 6th.
Hitman III get one Cloud Version to the Nintendo Switch on an unspecified date. Like Assassin’s Creed III, Odyssey and Resident Evil VII A couple of years ago. This crowd also joins Control, whose Ultimate Edition is available now.
No More HeroesThe Nintendo Wii duology has been ported to the Switch and is available for purchase now. They cost SEK 179 each in the Swedish eShop. Super Moe!
HAL Laboratory, the creators behind the Kirby Games, are releasing today Part Time UFO. It is a game with a focus on physics puzzles and to some extent exploratory. It has a collaboration mode for two people, each with their own JoyCon, so it’s definitely on this writer’s radar!
Hyrule Warriors 2: Age of Calamity has got a demo you can download right now. It contains the entire first chapter and comes with the ability to continue playing where you saved when the full version is released, which will be on November 20th.
Now we have to wait until 2021 for the next Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase. Sad, but we’ve got plenty of things to look forward to in a short time. What are you going to play first?