from Johannes Gehrling
In the new week we will be launching many new games for the Nintendo Switch, i.e. in the period from October 5th to 11th, 2020 (calendar week 41). These are games from a wide variety of developers and publishers. Here you can find out about the new releases for the Switch, there are also reviews, previews, podcasts and much more about the new titles. You will also find the highlights from the sale as well as a useful link to all offers in the eShop!

Numerous come every week new games for the Nintendo Switch on the market. These are, for example, remasters and remakes, AAA games, multiplatform titles, indies, prots, exclusive games and much more. Some of the games come from Nintendo itself, such as the recently released fighting game Kirby Fighters 2 – our test is here! But also countless other developers, indies, publishers and Co. published their games on the switch.

Around 40 new games will be released for the Switch in the new week (KW41) from October 5th to 11th, 2020. All new releases are available for digital purchase in the eShop, some titles are also available on cartridges, although this is the exception; new demo versions are also available. In the current sale, lots of games are also reduced in price. All new releases, the link to the offers in the sale and a selection of sale highlights can be found below.

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New games for the Nintendo Switch in week 41

  • 9th Dawn 3 (14.99 euros)
  • Adventures of Chris (14.99 euros)
  • Aery – Sky Castle (9.99 euros)
  • Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders (39.99 euros)
  • AstroWings: Space War (8.20 euros)
  • Ben 10: Power Trip! (39.99 euros)
  • Charterstone: DIgital Edition (24.99 euros)
  • Digerati Presents: Make It Quick Bundle Vol. 1 (31.99 euros)
  • Dodge These Balls (0.99 euros)
  • Falcon Age (16.79 euros)
  • FIFA 21 Legacy Edition (49.99 euros)
  • Filament (16.99 euros)
  • Flipon (5.99 euros)
  • From Orbit (8.19 euros)
  • Game Dev Tycoon (14.99 euros)
  • Ghost of a Tale (24.99 euros)
  • Home: Postmortem Edition (7.99 euros)
  • Ikenfell (19.99 euros)
  • I Am Dead (16.99 euros)
  • Neighbors back from Hell (14.99 euros)
  • Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix (39.99 euros)
  • Piofiore: Fated Memories (49.99 euros)
  • Puddle Knights (8.19 euros)
  • Reflection of Mine (7.99 euros)
  • Retro Classix Collection # 1: Data East (19.99 euros)
  • Skatemasta Tcheco (4.99 euros)
  • Space Avenger: Empire of Nexx (12.49 euros)
  • Space Grunts (13.99 euros)
  • Street Racer Underground (5.99 euros)
  • Tacticool Champs (9.99 euros)
  • The Legend of Ninja (€ 7.99)
  • The Ramen Sensei (13.00 euros)
  • The Survivalists (24.99 euros)
  • Tiki Brawl (1.49 euros)
  • Torn Tales: Rebound Edition (7.99 euros)
  • Ubermosh: Santicide (0.99 euros)
  • WarriOrb (12.99 euros)

New demos for the Nintendo Switch in week 41

Highlights from the current switch sale in week 41

  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (14.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros)
  • Dragon Quest 11S: Champion of Fate – Definitive Edition (33.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros)
  • Felix the Reaper (6.24 euros instead of 24.99 euros)
  • Human: Fall Flat (7.49 euros instead of 14.99 euros)
  • Journey to the Savage Planet (€ 20.99 instead of € 29.99)
  • Katamari Damacy Reroll (9.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (17.99 euros instead of 39.99 euros)
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (41.99 euros instead of 69.99 euros)
  • Snake Pass (4.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
  • Terraria (20.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros)
  • Trine: Ultimate Collection (14.99 euros instead of 49.99 euros)
  • Untitled Goose Game (14.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)

You can find an overview here with all games currently on sale from the Switch eShop!

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