The Japanese multinational consumer electronics and video game company Nintendo made some big announcement at the first Nintendo Direct. The event was majorly focused on the Fire Emblem, but there were major announcements made by Nintendo.
Super Mario Maker will make its long-awaited debut on the Switch, a new co-op Box Boy is coming soon, and Dragon Quest XI is finally coming to Nintendo’s tablet. A new Zelda game is also be coming soon. Below are some big announcements made by Nintendo.
Nintendo announced the Fire Emblem: Three Houses gave the first look with a five-minute trailer, the upcoming and much awaited Anime game which was scheduled to be making a spring launch got a slight delay and now it will debut on July 26th.
Super Mario Maker 2:
Super Mario Maker 2 included with some new features is coming to the Nintendo Switch will be launching very soon and will be available on Switch in June.
Box Boy will get the Co-Op:
The beloved Box Boy series for the Nintendo 3DS is making its way to the Switch. It will be launched on April 26th with 200 new stages and will get the new introduction Co-Op Play.
Dragon Quest XI S:
The big hit RPG series Dragon Quest XI which debuted last year on the PC and PS4 is also coming to the Switch. The New edition will also include the option to switch to classic 16-bit visuals and it will be available in the fall.
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
Zelda Adventure Link’s Awakening is coming to the Switch, with a full 3D remake, but it’s not clear when it’ll be out sometime this year.