The E3 show floor doesn’t officially open until June 12, but that hasn’t stopped several companies from making announcements. To date, EA, TinyBuild, Microsoft, Bethesda, Devolver Digital, Square Enix, Limited Run, Ubisoft, and Sony have already had their press briefings. Among the games announced were many for Nintendo Switch.
Join us for first of our daily recap videos, where we discuss all the news from June 9-11 of E3 2018.
Here is the list of everything announced for Nintendo Switch so far:
- FIFA 19 coming to Switch
- Secret Neighbor — No confirmation if coming to Switch
- Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition — 2018
- Fallout Shelter — Available now for free!
- Wolfenstein II — June 29, 2018
- Elder Scrolls Legends — Later in 2018
- Elder Scrolls Blades — 2019
- Wolfenstein Youngbloods — 2019 (most likely to Switch)
- My Friend Pedro — 2019
- Octopath Traveler — Only a new trailer
Limited Run Games:
- Golf Story — Sept 2018
- Layers of Fear: Legacy — Oct. 2018
- Thumper — July 20, 2018
- Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas — Pre-order now
- Cosmic Star Heroine — TBD
- Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition — July 2018
- Yooka-Laylee — Aug. 2018
- Dust: An Elysian Tail — TBD
- Saturday Morning RPG 2 — Maybe?
- Just Dance 2019 — Wii, Wii U, and Switch in October 2018
- Trials Rising — February 2019
- Mario + Rabbids Donkey Kong Adventure DLC — June 26 (June 25 for season pass holders)
- StarLink: Battle for Atlas — October 16 with exclusive Fox character on Switch version
As of now, those are the only confirmed game announcements. But we also discussed a number of games we think should also come to Switch, like Sea of Solitude, the new Star Wars Jedi game, Elder Scrolls VI, Doom Eternal, Fallout 76, Starfield, Double Switch, Assassin’s Creed, Skull and Bones, For Honor, Tomb Raider, and Kingdom Hearts III.
EA even addressed questions about Switch versions of Madden 19 and Unravel Two. They said, “We always think about every platform out there. It’s really a decision of what’s best for Madden and us as EA and where we’re going. You never rule out getting your game in front of players. You want to go where everyone is. We’d never rule it out. We just don’t have any current plans right now.” They also said, “Just so you all know – it’s not that we’re not aware that Unravel Two would be great on Switch. I mean, they even made it the right colors! But the reality is that a port would take a LOT of work and our small studio doesn’t have the resources at the moment. If we could we would!”
That sure is a lot for the first “day” of E3! But we’ll be back tomorrow with a our live-reactions from the Nintendo Direct along with another daily recap from everything announced from Tuesday of E3 2018.