Nintendo Switch fans have one more reason to look beyond the hybrid console's March 3 release. The system's games lineup has included "NBA 2K18" which will be launched in September. Nintendo has lined up six titles for the official launch date including "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" which was confirmed during the hardware's presentation in Tokyo.
2K Games revealed on Twitter that NBA 2K18 will be coming to Nintendo Switch in September. According to Attack of the Fan Boy, there are more than 80 games are in development for the much-anticipated modular console. Expect some surprises from third-party developers which might offer a selection of Virtual Console releases.
Five other titles are already confirmed for the March 3 launch including "1-2 Switch," ""The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+," "Just Dance 2017," "Skylanders: Imaginators," and "Super Bomberman R". The lineup was not received well for being too limited. But according to Nintendo of America honcho Reggie Fils-Aime, additional games are coming on a regular basis to appease fans who wanted more from the Nintendo Switch.
More games are scheduled for the Nintendo Switch. "Has Been Heroes," "Snipper: Cut It Out, Together!," "Fast RMX," and "I Am Setsuna" are all coming in March while the widely-anticipated "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" will be available on April 28.
Springtime will have several releases including "Sonic Mania," "Arms," "Puyo Puyo Tetris," "Rime," "Disgaea 5 Complete," "Lego City Uncover," and "Redout". "Splatoon 2" is set for a summer launch. The Holiday season will see the releases of "Super Mario Odyssey," and "Fire Emblem Warriors".
Third-party developers are also preparing other games for the Nintendo Switch including "Shin Megami Tensei," "Farming Simulator," "Shovel Knight," and "Arcade Archives". Also in the pipeline are "Project Sonic," "FIFA 2017," and "Rayman Legends Definitive Edition".
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