Every Nintendo Switch Title At E3 2017

The Nintendo Switch took the world by storm when it was revealed in January and then released in March. But now that E3 season is upon us, Nintendo’s hybrid console will have a lot of eyes on the platform from fans and other companies as it looks to the future of the Switch.

There are still a lot of questions regarding the Nintendo Switch, including the online capabilities and its scattered release schedule. E3 2017 will look to answer a lot of these question and there are almost guaranteed surprises coming to Los Angeles.

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Here’s every Nintendo Switch title that will be at E3 2017.

NOTE: This list is still being updated as more information comes in.

FIRST-PARTY TITLES

Nintendo has already announced its plans for E3 2017 with the focus on Super Mario Odyssey and summer titles being showcased in tournament format. Splatoon 2, ARMS and the newly announced Pokken Tournament DX will all share the stage.

The Nintendo E3 presentation on June 13 may bring some new Nintendo Switch surprises (Super Smash Bros. port, please), but until we get official confirmation those rumored titles won’t be on this list.

Super Mario Odyssey

Pokken Tournament DX

Splatoon 2

ARMS

THIRD-PARTY TITLES

Nintendo has made a big deal of the robust third-party support for the Switch, but the first few months since its release hasn’t seen any big titles. That will all change in the coming months, as long-running franchises like Madden and FIFA will also make their way onto the hybrid console.

There will be not one, but two, Sonic titles at E3 this year, as well as the return of Harvest Moon.

Other titles may be announced for the Nintendo Switch during the huge conferences over the E3 weekend so keep checking back for all of the latest Switch games coming this year.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope (Natsume)

Madden 18 (EA Sports)

FIFA 18 (EA Sports)

NBA Live 18 (EA Sports)

NBA 2K18 (2K Games)

Sonic Forces (Sega)

Sonic Mania (Sega)

Lego Marvel Superheroes 2 (Warner Bros.)

Lego Worlds (Warner Bros.)

So what do you think of the Nintendo Switch list? What games are you excited to see at the show? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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