Emily Rogers, one of the leakers of Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee, has revealed something interesting about Nintendo’s 2019 software lineup for Nintendo Switch.
According to Rogers, there are at least 5 first party Nintendo Switch games launching in 2019, and up to 11 that could be arriving in 2019.
Out of the 11, 8 are “most likely” (70% chance or higher) to hit in 2019, while 3 are “maybe” (50% chance or less) to arrive in 2019.
One is a Nintendo Labo kit, one is Metroid Prime Trilogy, one is a secret title by Retro Studios, two are eShop exclusive titles, and two are mystery Wii U ports, one of which launched in 2013.
The mystery Wii U 2013 port could most likely be either Pikmin 3 or Game & Wario.
The “Most likely” Nintendo-published game announcements for 2019. (70% chance or higher)
- Mystery game #1
- Mystery game #2
- Mystery game #3
- Mystery game #4
- eShop game #1
- Mystery Wii U port #1 (2013 title)
- eShop game #2
- New Labo KitThe
“Maybe” games for 2019. (The wild card titles – 50% chance or less)
- Retro Studios secret game (this is assuming it wasn’t canned)
- Metroid Prime Trilogy (assuming Zell’s info and Imran’s info are correct)
- Mystery Wii U port #2
Rogers points out that some games could be pushed back to 2020 for marketing reasons, which wouldn’t be a surprise as Nintendo is known for sitting on releases to pad their software lineup.
Keep in mind Daemon X Machima, Luigi’s Mansion 3, Animal Crossing, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Yoshi’s Crafted World, and the Pokemon 2019 RPG all scheduled for 2019 at this time.
2019 is really not looking that bad right?