Nintendo Switch: New games in KW24 - over 20 new games!

Nintendo Switch: New games in KW24 - over 20 new games!

Nintendo Switch

In the current week (calendar week 24 from June 14th to 20th, 2021) there are as always many new releases for the Nintendo Switch! All new releases are available for download in the eShop and in some cases also on cartridges in stores. All possible publishers, indie and development studios from all over the world are releasing their new exclusive games, ports, remakes, AAA titles, remasters, indies and much more for the Nintendo console. Nintendo itself currently has many new games for the Switch up its sleeve, as the Japanese company demonstrated yesterday at a new Direct presentation at E3 2021 - a summary of all almost 30 games from E3 Direct and all the information can be found you here!

Over 20 new games will be released gradually for the Nintendo Switch this week (buy now). There are also free demo versions for download in the eShop Princess HD not for the Switch after all? That is the current situation. 0

The Nintendo Podcast # 148: Everything about E3-Direct 2021!

In episode 148 of the Nintendo podcast, Lukas Schmid and Johannes Gehrling talk about Nintendo's E3-Direct 2021 and the games shown - and much more! NSW 0

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2: Gameplay trailer and release period

As part of E3 Direct, Nintendo has finally presented the new Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 for the Switch. All information here! var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1374067,1374123,1374059,1373971'; In the currently running big sale in the eShop with almost 900 reduced switch games, there are again many great games at low prices, for example Overcooked, Trials Rising, Worms W.M.D. and Yooka-Laylee. A clear list of the currently most promising eShop bargains can be found here!

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Always new on Wednesday: The Nintendo podcast!

You just can't get enough of Nintendo? Then you should definitely listen to our podcast, which revolves around the topic of Nintendo every Wednesday with a new episode: The Nintendo Podcast! In the current episode, we will be discussing all the games and all information from E3-Direct, and there is also a great competition to win a large Animal Crossing fan package. The Nintendo podcast appears free of charge wherever there are podcasts, for example on Spotify, Apple and Google.

New games for the Nintendo Switch in KW24

7 Years From Now (€ 9.99) 32 Secs (€ 25.00) Aquatic Rampage (€ 9.99) Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi (€ 49.99) Block Puzzle (€ 4.99) Bullseye (€ 14.39) Cannon Army (€ 3.99) Cross the Moon (€ 4.99) The Bear's Restaurant (€ 12.99) Doom Eternal : The Ancient Gods, Part One (€ 19.99) IdolDays (€ 6.59)

Luciform (€ 4.19) Metal Unit (€ 12.19) Mushihimesama (€ 16.99) Plastic Rebellion (€ 7.99) Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire (€ 5.99) Puzzle Box 3 in 1 (€ 4.99) Ranger Dog (€ 4.99) Rotund Takeoff (€ 6.59) Side B (€ 4.99 ) Strange Brigade (€ 29.99) The Sisters - Party of the Year (€ 39.99) Together (€ 6.99) In our technical guide you will also find our Nintendo Switch test with lots of information about the console , the best games and price comparison tables.

Nintendo thinks the Switch is well-placed for post-pandemic life

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The Switch is nearly five years old and facing increased competition from new and powerful consoles from Sony and Microsoft. But despite all of this, Nintendo’s E3 2021 presentation this week was arguably the highlight of this year’s event — even if the long-rumored Switch Pro failed to make an appearance. Nintendo showed off the much-anticipated sequel to Breath of the Wild, revealed that the mythical Metroid Dread is launching later this year, and peppered in a handful of other announcements to excite fans. As always, the company continued to exist in its own world, divorced from the technological rat race that typically defines these debates.

In fact, the launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X appears to have had very little impact on Nintendo, as the Switch is selling as well as ever. Doug Bowser, president of Nintendo of America, believes the reason is simple: there’s still nothing else like the Switch on the market. While he notes that new console launches “bodes well for the industry,” Bowser tells The Verge that the hybrid nature of the Switch means it still occupies “a unique position” that differentiates itself from more traditional consoles. And it’s a proposition that has proven to be surprisingly enduring.

As with most gaming companies, the past year has been both a challenge and an opportunity for Nintendo. With everyone stuck at home, many turned to games like Animal Crossing as a form of escape or social interaction. The pandemic meant that more people were playing games, but conversely that games were more challenging to develop.

“I think the teams have adapted very well.”

“We’ve seen video games really grow in terms of the number of people playing, and the amount of time that they’re playing overall,” Bowser says. “For us at Nintendo, our focus first and foremost has been keeping our employees safe, and ensuring that we’re providing safe environments for them to work within. And while there have been some challenges, what I can say is I think the teams have adapted very well, and it’s allowed us to be effective in the various environments where we may be working overall. I think the lineup that you’ve seen so far this calendar year bodes well.”

Outside of an increased appetite for games, he says that there have also been some changes in player behavior during the pandemic. For starters, there’s been a change in who is playing games on the Switch. “Demographics are changing,” Bowser says. That includes more casual players, as well as more women playing on the Switch. (Bowser previously noted a similar audience expansion when the Switch Lite launched in 2019.) Unsurprisingly, those new players are also spending a lot of time using online features. “Animal Crossing: New Horizons again fueled a lot of that,” says Bowser. “But it’s carried through and, for instance, even more recently Monster Hunter Rise has been the source of a lot of online play overall for us.”

He also adds that, despite its absence from the company’s E3 presentation, New Horizons remains a big part of Nintendo’s future. “While we didn’t talk about it [during the E3 Nintendo Direct], we absolutely have plans going forward to ensure the 33 million people who have islands out there have new and fun activities to engage with,” Bowser says. “Look for more to come.”

Looking ahead, it’s likely those behaviors will shift again, as various places open up and stay-at-home restrictions are lifted. Bowser believes this will be yet another advantage for Nintendo. “I think that’s going to be really important as we emerge from this pandemic, and people are looking to engage in other activities, hopefully travel, vacations, etc.,” he says. “Nintendo Switch is one of those devices that they can take with them as they embark on various travels. The positioning we still think is incredibly relevant.”

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