Tons of New Nintendo Switch games has been revealed in the latest Nintendo Direct, including the most anticipated Animal Crossing, Final Fantasy 7/9/10/12, Luigis Mansion 3 and many others. They will all be available for Nintendo Switch in the upcoming year 2019, the next Year will be a Big Festival for All Nintendo Switch console owners. Also, don’t forget, you may still can play them for free by using the SX Pro or SX Gear to hack the Nintendo Switch like we do in 2018.
Huge 2019 Nintendo Switch Games
Animal Crossing Switch
During a September 13 Nintendo Direct the company announced via a short teaser trailer that Animal Crossing would come to Nintendo Switch sometime in 2019. While we don’t have a ton of details on the game, here’s what we know so far. It’s coming in the next 12 months. A subsequent press release from Nintendo affirms this is a “mainline” game, marking the first since 2013’s New Leaf for 3DS. That would suggest it’ll consist of the same basic town management, house-decorating, bug/fish/fossil-collecting gameplay we’ve come to know and love, though just what kind of changes Nintendo has in store for us remains to be seen.
Why Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing is Excited us?
That’s not only because Animal Crossing is already popular and successful, but because the game is a perfect match for Nintendo’s hybrid console. Animal Crossing’s sandbox nature makes it ideally suited to long play sessions on your TV, as well as shorter on-the-go bursts on the Switch’s handheld mode. The Switch version will be the first new Animal Crossing game for home consoles since Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City was released for Nintendo Wii in 2008. And most recently, Nintendo released smartphone incarnation Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp in October 2017.
To sum up, the game is a uniquely Nintendo ‘life simulation’ game where you move into a town full of anthropomorphic animals, with in-game time matching up with the real world. There are no specific objectives, but players are encouraged to spend time in the village doing a number of activities, including collecting items, planting plants and socialising. Animal Crossing is a hugely popular series developed and published by Nintendo.
Final Fantasy Switch
Square Enix is bringing a ton of new Final Fantasy games to Nintendo Switch—and making some classics available on Switch for the first time. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will have its first release on a Nintendo Console and the other games include Final Fantasy 7, 9, 10 and others that will be HD remasters. The latest entry from the core series, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is said to be available in the Nintendo eShop shortly after the Nintendo Direct presentation.
Final Fantasy Games coming to Nintendo Switch:
- World of Final Fantasy Maxima: Nov. 6
- Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon Everybuddy: Winter of 2018/19
- Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age: 2019
- VII, IX, X / X-2 HD Remaster: 2019
For some unknown reason, Final Fantasy 8isn’t included in the lineup, but the selection of old games is expansive enough. The Nintendo Switch has been a haven for old games finding a second home and these roughly 20-year-old Final Fantasy titles will soon have a heralded spot in collections.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 Switch
Nintendo has announced it is developing a third entry in the Luigi’s Mansion for Nintendo Switch. The name, Luigi’s Mansion 3, was listed as a working title. it’s coming in 2019. More details will come in the future, but it’s nice to see Luigi in a creepy mansion with his handy vacuum again. The Nintendo 3DS remake for the original Luigi’s Mansion will also be out on October 12. No further details were provided about the game.
New Super Mario Bros. U: Deluxe
New Super Mario Bros. U, the underrated Wii U platformer, is coming to Nintendo Switch next year with New Super Mario Bros. U: Deluxe During the latest Nintendo Direct, it was confirmed that four people will be able to play together as with the original. A couple of new characters are being made playable for the Switch version, however: Toadette and Nabbit. Toadette joins the fun with the ability to transform into Peachette if she grabs a “Super Crown” and float around stages. In total, New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe will have a 164 courses to platform through. This version will also include the New Super Luigi U expansion. The Switch release will be available on January 11, 2019.
Yoshi’s Crafted World
Yoshi’s Crafted World, the once-untitled Yoshi game, has been revealed. It continues the Kirby and Yoshi trend of letting Yoshi play around in a hand-crafted world made of cardboard and yarn and other crafty materials. You can play levels backwards too, and mess with perspectives to reveal secrets. It’s aiming for release in spring 2019.
Katamari Damacy Reroll
Katamari Damacy Reroll is a remaster of the PlayStation 2 classic. It’ll feature HD Rumble, Gyro Controls, and more. (The gyro controls in particular sound great.) It looks great in HD on the Switch too. It launches in winter 2018.
Town, A New Game Freak RPG
Town is a new RPG from Game Freak, the creators of Pokemon. The game takes place entirely in one village, as you fight to defend it against incoming hordes of monsters. It looks pretty cute, to be honest. Town’s still a working title, but it’ll be available in 2019.
Other Nintendo Switch Release
There are about a dozen other incoming titles (several of which are remasters), including EA SPORTS FIFA 19, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Diablo III: Eternal Collection, Mega Man 11, Katamari Damacy REROLL and plenty of others that you can jump through in the Direct below. Diablo 3 is also on the way, as the Blizzard RPG is releasing on November 2. Super Mario Party, the latest in the long-running friendship ruining series, is out in just a few weeks on October 5. The super cool mech game from some of the developers behind Armored Core and the designer behind Macross, Daemon X Machina, got some new details on its customization today. The slick-looking mech action will be out in 2019.
Hack Nintendo Switch Games in 2018-2019
To you know or not, the Nintendo Switch is Cracked already in 2018, the seond year of releasing. As long as you have the Xecuter SX Pro, or the SX Gear and a SX OS license, you already can easily Jailbreak your Nintendo Switch to play free games, including the Super Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and all other retail card titles. The SX Pro, SX Gear and SX OS all are from the Team Xecuter, they are 3 different products for hacking the Nintendo Switch with any firmware, including the V6.0.0.
The SX Pro is including a usb dongle, a joycon RCM jig and a built-in os license while the SX Gear is having everything of SX Pro, except for the OS Code. As to the SX OS, it is a license code or key for users to get access to the Unique Nintendo Switch CFW-SX OS. It is the only one that emulating Nintendo Switch card roms on your device! Among them, SX Pro is the easiest method for playing free Nintendo Switch games and the SX OS is the cheapest option, however, if you only buy the SX OS license, you still need to prepare a paperslip and a usb dongle for your Nintendo Switch. Without them, you have no way to inject and boot SX OS on the console.
In a word, if you want to save money but play more Nintendo Switch games in no matter 2018 or 2019, I will recommend you buy the SX Pro or the SX OS. Hack the Nintendo Switch, then play every Switch card games freely with only a microsd card and even run Homebrews on your Nintendo Switch.