We’re already heading into the second half of 2021, and Switch owners have a lot to look forward to in the coming months as we move inexorably towards the holiday season and the promise of 2022, hopefully the most boring and unprecedented year. on the record – at least outside the realm of video games.
Below we have listed some of the upcoming highlights of the major Switch games scheduled for August and September. Under these physical releases, you’ll also find a selection of other games released since August – usually physical versions of Switch eShop games that were previously digital only – plus a selection of Switch accessories and related peripherals that will be available in the coming months while we we are traveling along the hill. and make it to the downhill 2021 success.
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Originally slated to release in 2020, like many of the games that released No More Heroes 3 this year. In the meantime, we enjoyed both of the original Wii games from Travis Touchdown on Switch, and we also loved the Travis Strikes Again: No More spin-off story. Heroes, but this sequel appears to feature a full porcelain throne with a Touchdown lightsaber. an experience.
The third chapter of the Suda51 NMH trilogy will be released in late August.
Greedy arch nemesis Mario Vario is finally bringing his brand of microgaming chaos to the Switch in the form of WarioWare: Get It Together !, the highly anticipated Switch game in the series, which now includes a two-player simultaneous mode and the ability to play. not only as the main villain, but also as his friends. We have purple 9 volts!
It’s been too long since we indulged in obsessive micro-games, so we can’t wait to play them on September 10th.
This sequel was originally released on PS4 back in 2018, and we had hoped to see it reflected on Switch ever since the release of Wrath of the White Witch. The game takes place 100 years after the events of this game, and in May it was announced for Switch in both physical and digital form.
Ni No Kuni II features a similar Ghibli-style art style that caught everyone’s attention back in 2011, and the Switch, dubbed the Prince’s Edition and released on September 17, also contains The Tale of a Timeless Tome, The Lair of the Lost Lord. and the Adventure Pack DLC.
More awesome Nintendo Switch games
In addition to the games above, there are many more retail Switch games you might like in August and beyond.
Great accessories for your switch
Finally, here are the best Switch accessories coming in August and beyond for your consideration.
That’s all for August and September – are we missing anything? Let us know in the comments and also let us know if you have ordered any of these gifts.!