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Following its original announcement last year, Arena of Valor is out now for all Switch owners as a free-to-play game. Watch the launch trailer below.

Armello Switch footage

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Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to find Armello on Switch as a digital download. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

As we heard today, Mark of the Ninja: Remastered lands October 9 on Switch. Watch a new trailer to promote the news below.

Modus Games announced a partnership with Moondrop Studios to publish Degrees of Separation. Furthermore, the agreement will extend to the title launching on Switch.

Degrees of Separation is a puzzle platformer all about cooperation. Though Ember and Rime are in love, an enigmatic force separates them, and they’ll need to use their powers to progress through a world of fantasy and adventure.

Mark of the Ninja: Remastered was first announced for Switch on October 9. There hasn’t been much news about the game since then, but a release date has now been set.

You’ll be able to purchase Mark of the Ninja: Remastered on the Switch eShop starting October 9. The critically acclaimed action-stealth adventure will feature remastered visuals, audio, cutscenes and effects, an additional story level, a new character, additional items, and developer commentary.

Source: Nintendo PR

Fans of the long-running animated series South Park can come on down, as South Park: The Stick of Truth is now available for purchase and download from the Nintendo Switch eShop.

In celebration, Ubisoft has released an official launch trailer for the parody RPG title. Check out the footage below.

The Escapists: Complete Edition is available today on Nintendo Switch. To celebrate the occasion, Nintendo have put together a launch trailer – give it a watch:

Jackbox Games announced the release date for The Jackbox Party Pack 5. On Switch, it’s set to arrive on October 17.

The Jackbox Party Pack 5 features five different games, including You Don’t Know Jack, Split the Room, Mad Verse City, Patently Stupid, and Zeeple Dome. We have a bit of a more comprehensive overview below.

Two more key installments in the Hasbro series of board games — Risk and Trivial Pursuit Live! — are making their way to the Nintendo Switch on October 30, according to Ubisoft. 

With new and exclusive features added to both classic tabletop games, the titles will be available individually through the Switch eShop, or part of the just-announced Hasbro Game Night bundle that will also include the previously released Monopoly for Nintendo Switch. This package will release simultaneously with the digital copies of Risk and Trivial Pursuit Live!.

Ubisoft has released an official statement on the news, as well as a batch of screenshots. Be sure to check out all of the materials below.

A splash of rogue-lite elements mixed with 2D beat-em-up gameplay is set to land on Switch in 2019, as developer Dark Blue Games has confirmed that Infected Shelter is in development for the hybrid console.

Touted as a type of fusion between massively popular titles Dead Cells and Castle Crashers, this new co-op multiplayer will have users working to survive a post-apocalyptic setting filled to the brim with randomly generated enemies, loot, and opportunities for character improvement. 

A new trailer for the game has been shared that can be viewed below.

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