Guide: Nintendo Switch Fall/Winter Games – All The Big Games Coming In 2020, And Beyond

2020 has certainly been an unusual year. Along with juggernaut releases like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, we’ve seen big announcements like Paper Mario: The Origami King and the upcoming Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Super Mario 3D All–Stars dropped within weeks of their release date. Conventional wisdom suggests that t’s been a quiet year for Nintendo, but we think that by New Year’s Eve people will be surprised to look back at the number of great Switch games that dropped throughout 2020.

With that in mind, we’ve rounded up a selection of the biggest physical releases coming to Switch throughout the rest of the year and beyond. This doesn’t include all the brilliant Switch eShop titles lined up for release soon (games like Hades and Apex Legends, for example), or smaller indie releases. Add it all together, and there’s plenty to look forward to before we bid 2020 adieu (or good riddance, if you prefer!)

So, let’s take a look at what’s in store for Nintendo Switch for the rest of 2020, and beyond…

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Just Dance 2021 (Switch)Just Dance 2021 (Switch)

Publisher: Ubisoft / Developer: Ubisoft

Release Date: 12th Nov 2020 (USA) / 12th Nov 2020 (UK/EU)

You know the drill. The latest in Ubisoft’s all-conquering, party-bobbin’ series, it’ll feature a fresh playlist of chart hits, a new quickplay mode and an ‘improved World Dance Floor’, apparently. And pandas.

You’ll be able to strut your funky stuff once more on 12th November.

More games on the horizon than you imagined? Let us know if you’ll be picking up any of the above (given the chance, of course) and which ones you’re most looking forward in order to below.

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