During their E3 presentation, Nintendo revealed a plethora of third-party games are getting ported to the Nintendo Switch so you can play them on the go.
I love my Nintendo Switch. AAA games that were too long or intricate for me to be able to play on my PlayStation 4 (it’s tough with four kids in the house) suddenly become viable in the Switch format with its on-the-go nature. As such, while I’m excited by the new Nintendo games they’ve revealed, I’m REALLY stoked for the third-party ports coming to the system.
During their E3 showcase they announced several titles are getting Switch versions. These include the long-rumored Witcher 3 (which will include the expansion, Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine), Resident Evil 5 and 6 (both arriving this Fall), and the terrifying Alien Isolation (also Fall 2019). Those are awesome, but just the tip of the iceberg:
Dead by Daylight (September 24th)
Stranger Things 3: The Game (July 4th)
Spyro Reignited Trilogy (September 3rd)
The Sinking City (Fall)
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles (Winter)
Wolfenstein: Youngblood (July 26th)
DOOM Eternal (sometime soon)
While we knew about the Dragon Age XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age port, the Nintendo Direct gave JRPG fans a release date to look forward to: September 27th. I’m beyond excited to see all of these coming to the Switch, on top of the just announced Ni no Kuni Remaster, and I can’t wait to get my hands on them. Which of these ports are you looking forward to playing most?
Be sure to stay tuned to Cinelinx all week as we’ll be reporting live from the E3 show floor once again, and will bring you all the latest news and impressions via our Event HUB!