We’re slowly but surely making our way towards the busy end of the year, and the next couple of months have several gems that are due to launch on Switch. Did someone say “Splatoon”?
Below, you’ll find a selection of featured titles hand-picked by us, as well as lots of other games and accessories that are launching over the next couple of months. Have a browse and see if anything takes your fancy!
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The latest entry in Sega and Two Point Studios’ simulation series is almost here, with Two Point Campus enrolling on Switch on 9th August after a bit of a delay. The game’s said to be “jam-packed with new creative tools” that’ll no doubt help you build the university of your dreams, with options to develop an entire outdoor campus environment complete with all sorts of teaching facilities, pathways, plants, and more.
We’re big fans of Two Point Studios’ previous titles and will certainly be checking out Two Point Campus when it launches next month. The Enrolment edition comes with fancy packaging, a campus map, a university prospectus and bonus DLC!
Later in the month we have the launch of Pac-Man World Re-Pac, a remake of the original Pac-Man World that launched on PlayStation back in 1999.
This new release promises improved UI, updated visuals and fine-tuned mechanics, modernising Pac-Man’s classic adventure for a new audience – or for older fans to relive, of course. As well as the main adventure and a collection of 3D mazes to complete, there’s also a Classic Mode that lets you play the original Pac-Man game.
On 2nd September, LEGO Brawls fights its way to Switch. The game has you building your very own LEGO Minifigure hero before taking them through a variety of LEGO-themed areas and collecting unlockable minifigs, power-ups and more along the way.
You’ll also be able to play with friends on any console thanks to cross-platform support, with 4v4 party mode options and a battle royale style mode to explore.
September’s biggest release for Nintendo fans, without question, is Splatoon 3.
The latest entry in everyone’s favourite squid shooter series, Splatoon 3 will give squids and kids alike a fresh chance to take to the splattlefield and claim as much turf as possible. The series has never let us down before, so we have high hopes for this upcoming title. You can grab a pre-order below, although more pre-order options can also be found here.
FIFA 23 – 30th September
Rounding out September is FIFA 23, the final EA football game under the FIFA branding.
As we’ve come to expect, this year’s Switch release is once again a Legacy Edition, meaning it features all the updated teams, kits and squads, but doesn’t feature …….