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All Nintendo Switch Releases Confirmed for 2018

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All Nintendo Switch Releases Confirmed for 2018

See what’s in store.

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Nintendo Switch Q1

The start of 2018 looks pretty promising for Nintendo Switch owners, with a handful of new smaller titles alongside some substantial rereleases. January sees the launch of a new title from Tokyo RPG Factory, makers of I Am Setsuna. Lost Sphear is a throwback to traditional JRPGs, much in the same way that I Am Setsuna was, with turn-based tactical combat and a focus on characters. February sees the debut of the ubra witch on Switch with Bayonetta 2, while fans will also get a fantastic Minecraft-like in Dragon Quest Builders.

At the moment, the rest of Q1 is filled with a plethora of indie titles, such as the acclaimed Kentucky Route Zero, the Switch exclusive Shovel Knight: King of Cards, and Runner 3. Although it doesn’t have a firm release date yet, we also know that the very first Kirby game, Kirby Star Allies, is supposed to launch in Q1/early Spring. There’s a pretty wide variety of titles hitting the system for the first few months, and it’s likely that we could see even more coming whenever Nintendo airs their first Direct of 2018.

See the full list of games below.

  • Pic-a-Pix Deluxe (1/04)
  • Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Deluxe (1/04)
  • InnerSpace (1/16)
  • World to the West (1/18)
  • Chromagun (1/22)
  • Lost Sphear (1/23)
  • Shu (1/23)
  • Dragon Quest Builders (2/09)
  • Payday 2 (2/27)
  • Bayonetta 2 (Feb.)
  • Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition (Q1)
  • Light Fingers (Q1)
  • Next Up Hero (Q1)
  • Runner 3 (Q1)
  • Shovel Knight: King of Cards (Q1)
  • AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected (Q1)
  • Celeste (Q1)
  • Flipping Death (Q1)
  • Kirby Star Allies (Q1)
  • Penny-Punching Princess (Q1)
  • Wargroove (Q1)
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