15 Games Released on Nintendo Switch This Week



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Fire Emblem Warriors, Just Dance 2018, and 13 more in the next seven days.

Ahead of Super Mario Odyssey’s launch on October 27, the Nintendo Switch is still not lacking for releases, with 15 games set to release between today and next Thursday.

Nine games hit the Switch eShop today while Fire Emblem Warriors, for which Nintendo confirmed a free Japanese voice pack, will be released on October 20. Check out all 15 games coming in the next week in the gallery below.

And check out the full list below:

  • Fire Emblem Warriors — available on Oct. 20
  • JYDGE
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 4
  • Spelunker Party!
  • ACA NEOGEO ROBO ARMY
  • Revenant Saga
  • Party Golf
  • Elliot Quest
  • Super Ping Pong Trick Shot
  • The Count Lucanor
  • Syberia — available Oct. 20
  • Just Dance 2018 — available Oct. 24
  • Knight Terrors — available Oct. 24
  • The Mummy Demastered — available Oct. 24
  • This Is the Police — available Oct. 24

Among the upcoming games is the latest from the Binding of Isaac publisher Nicalis, Knight Terrors, and the Shantae developer’s take on this year’s The Mummy remake, The Mummy Demastered. Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Just Dance franchise will also be released on October 24.

Nintendo recently announced that the Switch dominated the U.S. sales charts in September, following its previous sales success the month before. The major 4.0.0 update for Switch also was released this week, offering Switch users the ability to use wireless headphones. The 4.0.0 update also adds a few major features to the Switch not previously available. Users can now record 30-second video clips from a select number of games, while game save and account data can be transferred from one Switch to another.

In addition to Mario Odyssey, a number of major third-party releases are coming to Switch soon, as Rockstar is bringing L.A. Noire to Switch, and Bethesda is not only releasing Skyrim, but also Doom and Wolfenstein 2 on Switch.

Stay tuned to IGN for more on the Switch’s latest releases.

Jonathon Dornbush is an Associate Editor for IGN. Find him on Twitter @jmdornbush.


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