While computerized computer game features are more regular than any time in recent memory, nobody does it very as well as Nintendo. Accordingly, this September 2022 Nintendo Direct truly invigorated Nintendo Switch fans. Up to this point, 2022 has been a great year for Nintendo with games like Kirby and the Neglected Land, Xenoblade Narratives 3, and Splatoon 3. During this show, we found out about how Nintendo plans to shut for the current year out and start off 2023.
We would have liked to see a blend of announced games, DLC, remasters, and Nintendo’s mid 2023 setup. While only one out of every odd hole was valid, we were charmingly shocked by any semblance of Fire Image Draw in and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm (indeed, Breath of the Wild’s spin-off at long last has a name). On the off chance that you couldn’t watch it live or simply need a recap of what was shown, this is everything Nintendo announced during the September 2022 Nintendo Direct.
Breath of the Wild 2 is officially titled The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
After more than three years of mystery, Nintendo affirmed that the continuation of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is named The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm. This trailer likewise filled in as our most memorable great gander at ongoing interaction for the game, and we see Connection skydive off a sky island, send off himself high up, climb, and, surprisingly, fly around.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be released on May 12, 2023.
Fire Emblem Engage lets you fight with classic Fire Emblem characters
To start off the show, Nintendo announced a pristine customary Fire Seal game called Fire Image Lock in. We saw both cinematics and strategies ongoing interaction, and keeping in mind that it plays like strategy game fans would expect, players can likewise prepare rings to find support from exemplary Fire Symbol characters.
Fire Insignia Draw in will be delivered on January 20, 2023. It will likewise get a Heavenly Version with collectible things.
Pikmin 4 is finally launching in 2023
Shigeru Miyamoto appeared for the Nintendo Direct. Subsequent to giving updates on the Mario film, Nintendo’s theme park at All inclusive, and Pikmin Sprout, he announced Pikmin 4 with a trailer flaunting its beautiful looking conditions. It booked to send off at some point in 2023.
We didn’t see interactivity, however he affirmed that you can see the game according to the Pikmin’s viewpoint on the ground. Pikmin 4 is bound to happen, taking into account that Miyamoto previously prodded the game in 2015.
- It Takes Two is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 4.
- Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse gets a remaster in early 2023.
- Xenoblade Chronicles 3 expansion pass adds a new character called Ino, Challenge Battles on October 13.
- SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake gameplay was shown off.
- Fitness Boxing First of the North Star comes to Nintendo Switch in March 2023
- Ubisoft announced Oddballers, launching in early 2023.
- Tunic is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 27.
- Front Missions 1st: Remake launches in November, Front Mission 2: Remake launches in 2023, and Front Mission 3 is getting a remake.
- Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life is getting a remake in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life in Summer 2023.
- Splatoon 3’s first Splatfist is “What would you bring to a deserted island?” The choices are Gear, Grub, and Fun.
- Fae Farm was announced by the developers of Dauntless.
- Theatrhythm Final Bar Line launches on February 16, 2023, and it will get DLC based on other Square Enix franchises.
- Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope gameplay highlighted progression and Sparks.
- Rune Factory 3 Special was announced with a 2023 release window, while a new game in the series was confirmed to be in development.
- Pilotwings 64, Mario Party, Mario Party 2, Mario Party 3, Pokemon Stadium, Pokemon Stadium 2, 1080 Snowboarding, Excitebike 64, and Goldeneye 007 are all coming to Nintendo Switch Online.
- Apple Arcade game Various Daylife is coming to Nintendo Switch today.
- Factorio is coming to Nintendo Switch.
- Indie game Ib announced for Nintendo Switch.
- Mario Strikers: Battle League’s second update adds Pauline and Diddy Kong alongside more gear and a new stadium later this month.
- Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & The Secret Key launches on February 24, 2023.
- Merry Mountain from Mario Kart Tour and DS Peach Gardens from Mario Kart DS are coming to the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s Booster Course Pass Wave 3 this holiday
- Nintendo Switch Sports is getting a golf mode with 21 courses and eight-player online support this holiday.
- Just Dance 2023 Edition got a new trailer.
- Harvestella is getting a demo today ahead of its November 4 launch.
- Bayonetta 3’s eclectic cast was highlighted during the Direct, with a new trailer being released on Nintendo’s Youtube channel afterward.
- The creators of Danganronpa announced Master Detective Archive: RAIN CODE.
- Capcom is bringing Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2, and Resident Evil 3 to Nintendo Switch, but they will be cloud versions of the games.
- Sifu comes to Nintendo Switch on November 8.
- Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Reunion launches on December 13.
- Radiant Silvergun launches for Nintendo Switch today.
- Endless Dungeon is coming to Nintendo Switch.
- Tales of Symphonia Remastered was announced for Nintendo Switch and launches in early 2023.
- Life is Strange Arcadia Bay Collection, Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song Remastered, Lego Bricktales, Disney Speedstorm, and Fall Guys were featured in a sizzle reel.