Fans of Nintendo can rejoice because the autumn season will bring quite a few extraordinary additions to your Nintendo Switch experience. September 4 marks the date for one more Nintendo Direct in 2019, and from what we‘ve gathered, it was nothing but a complete blast – are you prepared? 20 SNES titles coming to Nintendo Switch along with a new controller, new DLC characters to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Overwatch and Xenoblade Chronicles officially confirmed, quite a few critically-acclaimed titles with ports and remasters coming before the end of the year, and more!
20 SNES titles up and running on Switch
If you‘re amongst the proud owners of the Nintendo Switch Online subscription the Nintendo Direct must‘ve been quite a bang. Since the year 2016 fans have been longing for Super Nintendo games on Switch, and today their wishes were granted! The titles will also have a time-rewind function as well as an online multiplayer aspect to them! Here‘s the complete lineup of SNES titles coming to Nintendo Switch:
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with Terry Bogard in the mix
And that‘s but the very beginning to the contents that Nintendo Direct 2019 showcased on the September’s event. Your favourite smash, bash, and dash game: Super Mario Bros. Ultimate has confirmed two DLC characters with more coming in the near future! Players can already try out the newest addition Banjo-Kazooie, and while that‘s awesome, the more significant DLC character is the Fatal Fury‘s Terry Bogard – yep! You‘ll get to play for the fearsome fighter sometime in November 2019.
Overwatch and Xenoblade Chronicles officially confirmed for Switch
Both Blizzard and Nintendo has finally confirmed about Overwatch coming to Nintendo Switch! There have already been numerous speculations prior to the official statements, as there were quite a few leaks too – and here we have it! The Blizzard’s title will be available on October 15. However, that’s not all, fans should also be psyched about Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition as it is also joining the Switch roster in 2020. For now, there’s little detail about the changes that the Definitive Edition will bring, but we’re bound to know more in the upcoming future.
Numerous other ports and remasters to cheer upon
Along some other remasters and newest ports on Nintendo Direct 2019 September, we have Doom 64 re-release, Divinity Original Sin 2, Star Wars Jedi Knights 2: Jedi Outcast, Return of the Obra Dinn, Devil May Cry 2 and Assassin’s Creed: Rebel Collection which will present Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Assassin’s Creed: Rogue titles! So, if you’re still considering whether acquiring a Nintendo Switch is a worthy investment it looks like this September’s Nintendo Direct, has the answer packed and wrapped in a red-coloured box – and it’s a big bad YES.