Nintendo Switch games UPDATE: Switch fans getting major secret release in 2019

Nintendo Switch owners have plenty to look forward to this year, with a number of high-profile titles pencilled in for a release.

In 2019 fans of the hit hybrid console will be getting big name first-party titles like Animal Crossing Switch, Luigi’s Mansion 3, a new Fire Emblem and the Gen 8 Pokemon title.

The Nintendo Switch games list could also be boosted by the release of Bayonetta 3 - the sequel to the cult action classics from Platinum Games.

However, by the sounds of it Nintendo also has another major release planned for the Switch in 2019.

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In the briefing for their most recent fiscal results, Nintendo teased that a secret title is set to come out on the Nintendo Switch in 2019.

There is at least one major unannounced game coming to the Switch in 2019, and it’s something that “will make everyone happy.”

The news was revealed

online by Wall Street Journal tech reporter Takashi Mochizuki, and then translated by Gematsu.

So, what could this mystery Nintendo Switch game be? Well, there are a number of rumoured titles that spring to mind.

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Recently Nintendo announced that development of Metroid Prime 4 was being restarted - which would have come as a bitter blow to fans of the series.

However, this blow could be softened by the rumours that a Metroid Prime trilogy compilation is in the works for the Switch.

Could this be the title Nintendo alluded to in their recent briefing?

Retro Studios - who worked on the original Metroid Prime games - are

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