Nintendo Switch News: New Titles To Watch Out For

Jan 26, 2017 09:47 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora


Nintendo Switch library of games grows as time goes by inching near its grand launch. Today, new game titles are confirmed to join the Switch's roster. Also, developers are looking forward to incorporating new gameplay modes for titles highly anticipated by Nintendo fans.

First on the list is Rocket League.This Psyonix game is alleged to come in Nintendo Switch. A representative from the company shared their interest for Nintendo Switch but revealed that the information regarding its forthcoming is limited.

"We are excited as you are regarding the release of Nintendo Switch, however, we don't have enough information at this time if it will happen," Pysonix wrote as reported by Express.  Pysonix debunked the said allegation saying the news came from a Customer Support Representative from an outside vendor. Nonetheless, everyone hopes Rocket League will come to Switch.

Next is Super Blackjack Battle 2 Turbo Edition: The Card Warriors. Another classic from Nintendo is coming to Switch. Headup Games has confirmed Super Black Battle 2 as their first title for the Switch Platform. The game will be part of the March release of Nintendo Switch. It will come first in mobile, then will later then publish the console version.

In other news, Tantalus is ensuring that the version of Rime for Switch is true to its vision. The company who's recognized by their works with the HD version of Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is making its way to Switch with two titles which are Rime and Sonic Mania. Although the company who's working on the Switch version is Tequila Works, Tantalus takes charge of the actual development.

Both Tequila Works and Tantalus admit that there are a lot of things need to be considered during the entire process. They are also looking forward to releasing the Switch version together with the PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC versions at the same time.

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