Every week, numerous new games are released for the Nintendo Switch. These include games from Nintendo itself, ports from other manufacturers, current multiplatform titles, exclusive games, numerous indies and much more. You can find out which games are new for the Switch and Switch Lite in the current week here. In addition, which of these are particularly interesting. You can find links to previews, reviews, podcasts and other exciting contributions to the new games as well as recommendations from the current sale in the Switch eShop,
Every week, numerous new games are released for the popular Nintendo console: the Switch! It's not just the Japanese themselves who regularly publish top-selling hits like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or offshoots of extremely popular game series like Pokémon Sword & Shield. A lot of third-party manufacturers also release their multi-platform titles, ports, indie games, exclusive titles, new editions and much more for the Switch.
In the current calendar week 18 appear gradually almost 30 games for the switchall of which are available for purchase digitally in the console's eShop. There are no physical retail versions of these games. New demo versions of some titles have also been added, many interesting games are currently on sale for a reduced price and are therefore worth a look. All games and the link to the sale in the eShop can be found below.
An interesting "overcooked-style" game for the Switch this week (buy now for € 499.99) has appeared, is Moving out. It is a game that can be played on its own or in multiplayer as a couch co-op and is about mastering moves. It is pretty chaotic. "If real moves were just so fun", says our editor David Benke.
Also new for the Switch and noteworthy among the new releases of calendar week 18: Streets of Rage 4. "The developers bring a whole genre into modernity"says editor Christian Dörre about the beating game. Our detailed You can test the game here, also a video with five reasons why Streets of Rage 4 is a worthy sequel.
Source: PC games
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Here you can find the current edition of our weekly podcast on the topic of Nintendo. The Nintendo podcast appears every Wednesday wherever there are podcasts, for example on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube and Google Podcasts. The new episode is about Trials of Mana, news from the rumor mill, a data breach at Nintendo and also current game highlights for the Switch and much more.
New games for the Nintendo Switch in KW18 (digital only)
- 911 Operator Deluxe Edition (21.99 euros)
- Active Neurons (4.99 euros)
- Arcade Spirits (19.99 euros)
- Book of Demons (24.99 euros)
- Bubble (8.99 euros)
- Dread Nautical (19.99 euros)
- Enchanted in the Moonlight (19.99 euros)
- Farmer's Dynasty (44.99 euros)
- Fairy Knights (9.99 euros)
- Flatland Vol. 1 (4.99 euros)
- Gates of Hell (5.99 euros)
- Gun Crazy (4.99 euros)
- Indivisible (29.99 euros)
- Levelhead (16.79 euros)
- Ministry of Broadcast (14.99 euros)
- Moving out (24.99 euros)
- Mushroom Heroes (5.99 euros)
- My Secret Pets! (14.99 euros)
- Pixel Art Bundle Vol. 1 (€ 37.99)
- Pocket Arcade Story (13.00 euros)
- Princess Closet (24.99 euros)
- Telling Lies (16.99 euros)
- Sega Ages G-Loc Air Battle (6.99 euros)
- SNK Gals' Fighters (7.99 euros)
- StarCrossed (8.99 euros)
- Streets of Rage 4 (24.99 euros)
- Swapperoo (6.99 euros)
- War-Torn Dreams (6.99 euros)
Source: Team 17 / SMG Studio
New demos for the Nintendo Switch in KW18
- Moving out
- My Secret Pets!
- Splatoon 2: special demo 2020 (playable from April 30th to May 6th 2020)
Highlights from the current switch sale in KW18
- AO Tennis 2 (32.99 euros instead of 54.99 euros)
- Baba Is You (9.36 euros instead of 12.49 euros)
- Brawlout (9.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
- Dead Cells (19.99 euros instead of 24.99 euros)
- Deadly Premonition Origins (14.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros)
- Fate / Extella Link (29.99 euros instead of 49.99 euros)
- Human: Fall Flat (7.49 euros instead of 14.99 euros)
- Niffelheim (9.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
- Overcooked 2 (14.99 euros instead of 24.99 euros)
- Overcooked: Special Edition (6.79 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
- Plague Road (EUR 1.00 instead of EUR 12.50)
- Rive: Ultimate Edition (1.49 euros instead of 14.99 euros)
- Splatoon 2 (39.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros)
- Tennis World Tour (14.99 euros instead of 49.99 euros)
- Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York (15.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros)
- Yooka-Laylee (13.59 euros instead of 39.99 euros)
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