Capcom has never shied away from remaking their own games for other consoles. The recently released and long-awaited Resident Evil 2 Remake was just the beginning. Capcom is already talking about remaking Resident Evil 3. But before that, some of the older games will make their appearance on another platform – Nintendo Switch.

According to the report, three Resident Evil games will be released for Nintendo Switch on May 21st. This includes Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil HD and Resident Evil 4. The publisher announced that all three games will be digitally available on Switch eShop, however, their pricing has yet to be revealed.

These three Resident Evil titles were released across a variety of platforms. The games originally were released for Nintendo GameCube and since then made their way to platforms such as PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4,  Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, iOS, and Wii. Now they’re making their way to Nintendo Switch as well. Pre-orders start on February 28th.

It’s also worth mentioning that Capcom is planning to release a physical version containing the Resident Evil HD Remaster and Resident Evil Zero as a part of Resident Evil Origins Collection.