The latest Direct Mini veered off the familiar path and instead of showcasing a mix of upcoming titles, Nintendo instead focused exclusively on third-party titles. Here are some of the announcements.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds
With the mainstream, WWE 2K franchise taking a bit of a break, 2k has revealed that it’s arcade action wrestling game, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, would be heading to the Nintendo Switch.
A more cartoony-looking game that WWE fans are used to, Battlegrounds is an arcade fighter that takes a fair share of liberties, giving wrestlers some interesting powers and abilities.
Hi-Rez’s Studio’s latest title, Rogue Company, is a cross-platform third-person team shooter and is available to play in early access beta on the Nintendo Switch right now.
In the game, players will face off against each other in various PVP game modes using all manner of weaponry. The game is also available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Shin Megami Tensei III
A remaster of the cult PlayStation 2 classic, Shin Megami Tensei III will be heading to the Nintendo Switch.
The game has been described as a full high-definition remake of the original.
Shin Megami Tensei V
During the Direct Mini, Nintendo revealed the release window for Shin Megami Tensei V along with a new cinematic trailer.
The game, which developer Atlus has been teasing for quite some time, is set to release in 2021.
Cadence of Hyrule Adds More Zelda DLC
The rhythm game Cadence of Hyrule is getting more Zelda DLC this time in the form of three new DLC packs.
The first of these packs are available right now and adds new content including five new chapters.