Entering the final day of E3 2021, there’s a common sentiment across social media: It’s up to Nintendo to “save” this year’s show. That is not an easy task. E3 has largely been underwhelmed this year outside of Microsoft’s big rollout. Putting all one’s hopes and dreams into a company that often delivers uneven digital performances feels like a recipe for disappointment. No matter how much Nintendo tried to set expectations in advance, fans set themselves up for failure the night before like Mario Kart 9 trending on Twitter.
Against all odds, Nintendo delivered. The company held its best Live rollout in years with loads of surprises. Breath of the Wild 2 It’s a big reveal, but it’s not the most exciting announcement. Metroid Dread was a real shock, bringing a new original 2D Metroid to the Switch. We’ve seen the new Wario Ware, Mario Party, Advance Wars, and more. It’s a mile-per-minute show, so here are all the big announcements.
Breath of the Wild 2 finally has new footage
Nintendo has finally introduced new footage from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, and it looks gorgeous. The game is set two years after the events of the first game and appears to have more vertical features. The game’s world has been expanded to include areas of the sky. We watched a clip of Link skydiving and standing on a structure higher than Hyrule. The game will be out sometime in 2022.
That’s not all for Zelda’s news. Nintendo is making a special edition Zelda Game & Watch that includes the first two NES games Zelda and Wake up link. It will launch on November 12th. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will also receive the first wave of DLC on June 18. It adds a Battle Tested Guardian as a playable character.
Metroid Dread is Nintendo’s E3 jerker
Metroid Dread Is one The new Metroid game will launch on October 8, making it the first original 2D Metroid game in 19 years. It is very similar to the style of the Nintendo 3DS game Metroid: Samus Returns and has a high-tech setting reminiscent of games like Metroid Fusion. The game is also getting a new pair of amiibo. One has Samus in her new suit and the other is one of the game’s new EMMI enemies.
Wario Ware: Get it Together features two-player co-op
The Wario Ware series is finally back with Wario Ware: Together Together! Like the previous entries, the game features tons of mini-games for players to try out. It also features two-player co-op, a first in the series. The game comes to Switch on September 10.
Mario Party Superstars collects old games
Mario Party Superstars is a new collection has Boards and mini-games from previous Mario Party games. The game will feature full online play, which has been missing Super Mario Party when released. It will land on Switch on October 29.
Smash Bros. Ultimate takes Kazuya from Tekken
We’ve finally seen the next fighter arrive Super Smash Bros.. Kazuya from the Tekken series joins the roster, bringing melee gameplay and dragon power. Nintendo will review additional details about the fighter at a later date.
Shin Megami Tensei V release date is official
After a leak on the Atlus website earlier this month, we finally have a official release date for Shin Megami Tensei DRAWING. The Switch game will launch on November 12. The game was one of the titles featured at the Switch’s official reveal stream in 2017, which is a significant development for Nintendo fans. Perennial.
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania remake the first two games
The Super Monkey Ball series will return with Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania. The game is a remake of the first two titles in the series. It will be available on Nintendo Switch, as well as PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Advance Wars 1 + 2 remake of GBA classics
Life is Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy coming to Switch
Although the Switch wasn’t mentioned on Square Enix’s show this week, it turns out that two of the The biggest releases of 2021 are coming to consoles. Life is Strange: True Colors and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy both will launch on the system. Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will also come to Switch next year.
Nintendo confirmed that Mario Golf: Super Rush will receive post-launch content, as is the case with other Mario sports games. A glimpse of the DLC has confirmed several new courses, including one based on Super Mario OdysseyNew Donk City.
- Worms Rumble Coming soon to Nintendo Switch
- Astria Ascending coming to Switch on September 30
- Two-point basis coming to Switch next year
- Just Dance 2022 about to switch to Switch, naturally
- Cruiser Explosion is an exclusive new console racing game coming this fall
- Dragon Ball Z Kakarot will get a Switch port with new content on September 24
- Danganronpa Decadence collect the first three games in the series
- Strange Brigade today not on Switch
- Doom Eternal‘S Ancient Gods DLC also launches on Switch today
- Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water coming later this year
- Mario + Rabbids: Spark of Hope hy other appearance