Since there are two new hardware launches previous year, it is expected to be one of the biggest Holiday period in term of console and games sold, as seen by the success of the Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The Switch is not going to turn into a dumping ground for games that came out on the Xbox 360 or Wii U four or five years ago. The multiplayer component will also use dedicated servers and allow for up to six people to participate at once. The update also adds new filters to the game's snapshot feature. Here's a rundown of the other new games coming soon to Nintendo Switch. Alongside the original content, the Switch version will include what Nintendo calls a "new scenario" exclusive to the console debut. It's also coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Nintendo, of course, will focus on the Switch versions of their various announcements, but as Kotaku report, a different studio is apparently focusing on PS4, Xbox One and, yes, PC versions of the remaster.
It was confirmed that Mario will be returning to the tennis court in spring with Mario Tennis Aces. The refresh will also be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The game's "Prepare to Die" edition already runs on 60 FPS and high-resolution textures, thanks to DSFix and a handful of other available mods. No exact release date has been given yet, but the game will arrive this spring.
Players looking for more relaxed gameplay can try out the Dragon Quest Builders demo, live on the Nintendo eShop today. Additionally, the new version will feature the Joy-Con controllers as a way to play its rhythm-based fights.
If you missed out on any of these games when they first came out, then the Nintendo Switch is giving you another chance to dive on in. It will be the first Mario Tennis title since the Game Boy Advance iteration to include a story mode.
And that's good news given how many Switch units have sold in the past 10 months, as there's likely to be a lot of people eager for fresh games.