We’re heading towards the end of 2021, and some fantastic games have come out on Switch this year. It’s true that a handful of big names have made it into 2022 – understandably – but there are still a few big players who must emerge before the bell rings on December 31st.
Below, we’ve updated our roster to bring together the thirty biggest Switch games we’re looking forward to – both the rest we’re looking forward to in the final month of 2021 and all the big ones expected in 2022. a wide range from AAA offerings to up-and-coming indies. There are a few big names still in pencil for this year, so we’re hoping for some unexpected drops as we head out into the holidays (fingers crossed!).
We had many great games this year like Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Bravely Default II, Monster Hunter Rise, New Pokémon Snap, Famicom Detective Club, Game Builder Garage, Mario Golf: Super Rush, Tony Hawk’s 1 + 2, Disgaea 6 , Monster Hunter Stories 2, Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, WarioWare: Get It Together! and Metroid Dread *breathe* – plus tons of awesome indie games. However, there are only a few weeks left and there is still a lot to wait until the end of the year.
So let’s take a look at our most anticipated games on Switch …
Announced on Quiet Thursday in early September, Big Brain Academy is a slightly more relaxed brother to Brain Age / Brain training from the Nintendo DS era – returns in December with Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain on Switch.
With 4-player brain-based combat, you’ll also be able to fight smart guys from all over the world through a new online mode where you challenge other people’s ghostly data in a brain-versus-brain scenario. It’s on December 3 and looks like a decent family meal for the holidays.
Publisher: Bandai namco
It’s a rewarding and delightfully colorful adventure inspired by Disney theme parks and a myriad of characters and franchises. It features areas inspired by films like Frozen and The Little Mermaid, with enhanced visuals and all the DLCs from the original 3DS; it should be on December 3…
Publisher: Square Enix Europe / Developer: Deck Nine Games
The inexplicable absence of an episodic Life Is Strange series on Switch has finally been addressed – Square Enix Europe is bringing both Life Is Strange: True Colors and Life Is Strange Remastered Collection to the Nintendo console this year.
True Colors were supposed to arrive on September 10 before being delayed – obviously it will. 7 december Now. The Remastered collection has been moved to 2022 g.…
Publisher: Devolver digital / Developer: Four quarters
Loop Hero, announced as part of Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase in August 2021, is a time-based strategy RPG coming to Switch in which you’ll wander procedurally-generated battling monsters and draining your energy and resources. on the run.
It sounds grim, but it was released in March 2021 on PC platforms, and its card gameplay and old-school aesthetic are very well known. We’ll find out what all the fuss is about. 9th December…
Publisher: Yacht Club Games
Shovel Knight was a game that rightfully earned rave reviews and a large following, and many updates made it a great action platformer. After almost countless episodes in other games, we now get a new game – Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon – with a slightly different take on the main character and an expanded cast of characters.
This will add puzzles and combat mechanics to the mix. December 13th…
Announced over the summer, this is a completely different kind of series after the success of the two original games. You will once again be skateboarding on challenging tracks and performing all sorts of nifty stunts, but this time it will be an extremely colorful world with a completely redesigned visual style. When he arrives, he will offer the much-needed warmth. this winter…
Publisher: Obsidian Entertainment / Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity picked up the torch thrown by Baldur’s Gate many months ago, and both games can be played on your favorite Nintendo hybrid handheld device. Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire is coming soon, set five years after the events of the previous game. It has been available on PS4 and Xbox One since January 2020, although it had its own performance issues on these consoles. Hopefully the extra time spent on the switch port will resolve any major issues.
This was expected to happen in early 2021, although it has been overlooked. Fingers crossed that we’ll see before the end of the year.
Publisher: Sidebar Games / Developer: Sidebar Games
Release date: TBA
This Switch-exclusive sequel to the early indie hit Golf Story, first announced in December 2019 for a mid-2020 release, has been delayed and hopefully a hybrid of Sidebar Games’ sports RPG arrives. sometime in 2021… If Sports Story is something as fun as the original, inspired by Mario Golf, the expectation will be more than justified.