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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Those who are looking to get a head start on the digital version of Wolfenstein II can do so with the new pre-load option. The game can be purchased and downloaded in advance. Then on launch day, you’ll only need to connect online once to begin playing.

Wolfenstein II launches June 29. The digital version takes up 21.8GB of space.

Source: Switch eShop

The latest episode of Nintendo Power podcast is now live. In the latest episode, host Chris Slate is joined by Kit Ellis and Krysta Yang from Nintendo Minute to discuss all things Nintendo from E3 2018, from big announcements to tournaments to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The winner of the Super Smash Bros. Invitational 2018, ZeRo, also stops by along with Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime. You can listen to the full episode below.


Hamster announced two more classic games for Switch during a live stream on Niconico today. Argus and Omega Fighter will both be released this summer under the Arcade Archives label.

Argus is a shooter from Jaleco originally brought to arcades in 1986. Omega Fighter is a vertical shooter from UPL, originally made in 1989.

Following Nintendo’s E3 Direct, Fortnite made its debut on Switch this week. Digital Foundry today takes a closer look at the game with a technical analysis and Xbox One comparison.

When docked, Fortnite’s maximum resolution is 900p. Depending on what’s happening on screen, the resolution can drop lower than that.

Update: Bumped to the top. Added in the patch notes below.

Original: The next big update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has arrived. Version 1.5.0 is live, along with the Challenge Battle Mode for Expansion Pass owners.

Challenge Battle Mode “gives players many chances to test their skills, plenty of loot to earn, and some minor story elements that show the characters in a new light”. You’ll be taking on hordes of enemies in Waves to complete each challenge. Additionally, Shulk and Fiora from the first Xenoblade Chronicles join the fight as Blades.

We’ll bring you the full patch notes for today’s update as soon as we have them.

Four new discounts are up for grabs on My Nintendo. Featuring “challenging games”, the lineup includes Pullbox, Drill Dozer, and more.

You can save on the following:

LEGO The Incredibles

To celebrate today’s release of LEGO The Incredibles, Warner Bros. issued a new launch trailer. Take a look at the video below.

Dragon Marked For Death

Dragon Marked for Death was announced for Switch close to a year ago. The “immersive dark fantasy style action RPG” lets players experience the game alone or with up three other people in local or online multiplayer.

Inti Creates has been relatively silent on Dragon Marked for Death since its initial announcement, but news should be coming soon. Inti Creates boss Takuya Aizu ha said that the team has “gotten to a point where we are right about finishing up a beta build” and the company will have more information at Anime Expo.

Curious as to what’s planned for Switch this year? Nintendo created the handy graphic above to fill fans in. They’re just some of the games scheduled to arrive over the next few months, but we’re likely to hear about even more projects in the weeks and months ahead.


GameSpot posted a video from E3 showing off Adventure Time: Pirates of The Enchiridion. Check out 20 minutes of gameplay below.

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