the new games on Nintendo Switch

We see in particular an Eiffel Tower overturned and broken in two in the desert. This surprise announcement made the players happy! However, fans will still have to wait: the video game won’t be released until 2022.

An apocalyptic setting for the next installment of Splatoon.

Mario in the spotlight

After Mario Tennis Aces, the famous Italian plumber returns to Switch with a new sports game: Mario Golf: Super Rush. It will be released on June 25, 2021. The controller holds like a golf club. What to have the impression of being on the ground!

Before you shoot, it’s up to you to analyze the wind and the elements around you. The creators of the game have also added a “race” mode. In competition with other players, you have to run between each stroke and be the first to finish the course.

Mario Golf
The most famous video game character returns in a new sporting adventure.

In regards to Animal Crossing, Nintendo’s huge success in 2020, there will be no new features anytime soon. However, to celebrate 35 years of Super Mario Bros, it will be possible to download something to decorate your island in the colors of the legendary Nintendo game. It is to be discovered from February 25 by updating the game for free. Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Animal Crossing
It will be possible to dress up as Mario in the new update of Animal Crossing.

Disappointments

Players have expressed their disappointment with the Zelda saga. Indeed, many of them hoped to have a sequel to the series. At the conference, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma apologized and asked players to be patient. He did however announce that the development of a new game was underway and that he would be able to give more information this year.

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