Nintendo confirms more 2020 Switch games, no delays expected – Metro

What tricks do Nintendo have planned for the rest of the year?(photo: Getty Images)Despite worries that the coronavirus would impact its release schedule, Nintendo’s president has actually validated that, up until now, that’s not the case.

In May, Nintendo released cautions that the COVID-19 pandemic might have an affect on game advancement, but this may not hold true if Furukawa is to be believed.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been any sort of announcements from the business. The long-rumoured new Paper Mario video game was exposed out of no place, with a trailer confirming a July release dropping onto the Internet with no build-up.

Super Mario Galaxy

A lot of classic Mario video games are believed to be pertaining to the Switch (Pic: Nintendo) The big rumour is that Nintendo has various Switch re-releases of previous Mario titles, such as Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario 3D World, to commemorate the Super Mario Bros. series’ 35th anniversary.

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Very just recently, we likewise saw some brand-new Pokémon video games be revealed, particularly a follow up to fan favourite spin-off Pokémon Snap for Switch and a MOBA title, Pokémon Unite, which will release on both Switch and mobile gadgets and feature cross play, though these weren’t provided release dates and might not be out this year.

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Speaking of Pokémon, the second DLC expansion for Sword and Shield, The Crown Tundra, is also expected to release this year, however has yet to be provided a date.

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