Rocket League Will Collide with the Nintendo Switch this Holiday Season

It’s still slated to launch this holiday season.

Actaully, not much at all. Indeed, the company carved out a large chunk of time during their E3 press conference to giving the audience a rather large sample of gameplay via a walkthrough demo. And it’s just as pink and wonderful as any Kirby game should be. Metroid Prime 4 is in development.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild introduces the four champions – each representing one of the societies of Hyrule.

As you might expect from a port to Nintendo’s newest console, it’ll feature a raft of Nintendo items as cosmetic exclusives. It is also as early as Yoshi and doesn’t have a final title.

First up: Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

Yoshi is a fan-favorite Nintendo character, and he’s getting his own game on the Switch.

Another brief preview of this summer’s Wii U reissue. Either way, comparisons will of course be made when the game releases alongside the other versions on September 29th. We even get to see a bit of it in action. The Switch is an ideal platform for indie developers and Nintendo will need more than its first and second party genius if the console is to continue its remarkable run.

This might be the biggest game coming to the Switch this year.

Fan favourites Marth, Chrom, Corrin, and Xander are confirmed to be in Koei Tecmo’s game.

The focus was entirely on the Switch, with no love for the 3DS during this particular event. Pack 1 will be released in two weeks, on June 30th.

But if the scant mentions of the Switch during presentations by other major game makers here at the E3 gaming trade show is any indication, the new device has yet to draw the full embrace of the rest of the industry. A tactical RPG with Mario and friends as well as those insane Rabbids. It features Mario’s cute dino pal, what looks like an explorable map screen and fun, cute levels with the primary use of Yoshi’s eggs.

Rocket League for the Switch has a tentative release date of the upcoming holiday season, so be sure to stay tuned for more updates. It’s another Switch game with a big focus on multiplayer following EA’s announcement of a version of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 developed especially for the console.

Where to start? Perhaps the most bonkers trailer Nintendo has ever published.