Yesterday’s Nintendo Direct provided a lot of Switch announcements, like, just to name a few, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Okami HD, Dark Souls amiibo, Super Smash Bros., Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Undertale.
First of all, a Super Smash Bros. teaser was posted as part of the Direct, showing recognizable faces like Mario, Link, and the Inklings from Splatoon, the first new entry in the roster. It is not clear at this point whether this is a port from the Wii U or a completely different game, however the series debuts on Switch in 2018.
A Splatoon 2 single-player expansion was also announced, indeed called “Octo Expansion”, and is coming this summer. On top of that, a Solaire of Astora amiibo is releasing on May 25, the same day of the Dark Souls Remastered edition.
Nintendo Switch exclusive Octopath Traveler is launching on July 13 complete with a limited edition including Game card, Sound Selections CD, double-sided world map, replica coin of the in-game currency, and 8-page character pop-up book.
South Park: Fractured But Whole is releasing for Switch on April 24, and Little Nightmares Complete Edition, compete with all the released DLC, is coming on May 18 and features compatibility with the Pac-Man amiibo.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is launching on July 10, same days as the other PC and Xbox One just announced versions, while Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is coming from Wii U three days later, complete with touchscreen controls on 3DS and a new Super Mario Odyssey world on Switch.
Nintendo 3DS is getting its fair share of love too, with Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside. Story + Bowser Jr.’s Journey announced for 2019, the original Luigi’s Mansion game for Nintendo GameCube coming this year and Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers on May 24.
Mario Tennis Aces release on July 22, while Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is set to launch in 2018. Okami HD has also been announced and is dropping on Nintendo eShop this summer.