Nintendo Doesn’t Have to Worry About a Drought
As was revealed earlier this month, DOOM is hitting the Nintendo Switch on November 10. Now, we got release dates for DOOM, Skyrim, and release windows for games like Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. But there’s more.
As spotted by Last-Name-Ever, Nintendo has updated the release dates for all upcoming games in one visual roadmap. We have all the titles coming out this year extending into next year. But it’s not only Nintendo Switch titles; we also have dates for new 3DS games, and it looks like users won’t be running out of titles anytime soon. Exact dates lead all the way up to Kirby: Battle Royale which arrives on January 19, 2019.
Nintendo is also sticking to their guns when it comes to releasing Rocket League during the holidays. Just before that, they’re releasing Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and before that, we’re getting The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in November.
See Nintendo’s official roadmap below.
Considering the strong year this has been for Nintendo and the release of the Switch, we still have a substantial amount of content to come. This may be one of the company’s best years in a long time. But tell us – Does this look like a decent roadmap to you? Comment down below.