It was without doubt the biggest Nintendo Direct in the last 12 months with Nintendo announcing a bunch of new titles for next year, as well as a tonne of ports and third party games coming to Nintendo Switch in the near future.
They also revealed their plan for Nintendo Online, which is set to launch next week.
ANIMAL CROSSING SWITCH ANNOUNCED
Nintendo revealed that a brand new mainline game would come to Nintendo Switch in 2019.
New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe will release on January 11th complete with 164 courses (Both New Super Mario Bros U and New Super Luigi U). It’ll include Mario, Luigi and Toad as well as Nabbit and Toadette, who can transform into Peachette by grabbing a Super Crown.
Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition as well as Chobo’s Mystery Dungeon will also come to the console. Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered is also coming.
Not a lot of new information was revealed about Nintendo Switch online, but Nintendo confirmed that they’d continue adding retro games to the service and that special promotions would be given to those that subscribe.
SUPER SMASH BROS ULTIMATE GETS A SWITCH AND ISABELLE
Nintendo revealed that Isabelle would come to Super Smash Bros Ultimate as a fighter and also revealed that a special edition Nintendo Switch would release on November 9th for $559.95.