Nintendo Switch is becoming the most beloved console with every passing month as more games get launched on the platform. In a surprise announcement during the Nintendo Direct Mini, the company revealed that they are going to bring in their popular classic games to the console.
Popular titles including Bioshock The Collection bundle, Borderlands Legendary Collection and XCOM 2 with all of its DLC 2 will be launched on Nintendo Switch. While they are not exactly new games that could push the graphical fidelity on the console, it still is great news because you will be able to play these games on the go.
The Switch is one of the best portable consoles out there with the demise of PS Vita and Sony’s lack of support for their amazing handheld. The announcement also included that the nostalgic hit, Burnout Paradise Remastered will find its way to the Nintendo Switch console. The list doesn’t end there as more classic games are heading to the platform including Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and Star Wars Episode 1: Racer and another N64 racing game.
While all these titles are not scheduled to get launched on the same day, they will be launched throughout 2020 and some of them are scheduled for early 2021 launch. Catherine: Full Body is heading to Switch on the 7th of July. Pokemon Sword and Shield will receive the Isle of Armor expansion pack in June and there will be no delay despite the pandemic situation around the globe.
A couple of demos for newer games and trials are being offered on the Nintendo Switch console. It is to help ease off the time people are spending at home according to the statement made at the Nintendo Direct Mini. Ring Fit Adventure will get a Rhythm mode and Panzer Dragoon: Remake will also be made available this month for players.