Nintendo has announced over a dozen new indie games for the Switch, which includes Bastion, Transistor, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Into the Breach, and more.
As part of its summer showcase of ‘Nindies’ – that’s a portmanteau of Nintendo and indies – on Tuesday, Nintendo talked about 22 upcoming indie titles for its hot-selling hybrid console, revealing some new ones while detailing others that had been previously announced.
With the release of Bastion and Transistor, acclaimed developer Supergiant will make its Switch debut later this year. The two titles are seven and four years old, respectively. There’s no word on whether Supergiant’s latest game Pyre will follow.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP released on mobile and PC between 2011-12, which means its Switch port will be the first time it’s coming to consoles. Similarly, the turn-based strategy game Into the Breach, which feels inspired by films such as Pacific Rim and Edge of Tomorrow, is making its console bow and is already available in the Nintendo eShop.
Here’s the full list of upcoming Nindies, ordered by release dates:
- Into the Breach: August 28
- The Messenger: August 30
- Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition: September 6
- Bastion: September 13
- Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut: September 13
- Undertale: September 18
- Light Fingers: September 20
- TowerFall: September 27
- Jackbox Party Pack 5: October
- Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP: October
- Zarvot: October
- Bullet Age: November
- Levelhead: November
- Transistor: November
- Dragon Marked for Death: December 13
- Desert Child: December
- Treasure Stack: Winter 2018
- King of the Hat: Early 2019
- Mineko’s Night Market: Early 2019
- Samurai Gunn 2: Early 2019
- The World Next Door: Early 2019
- Untitled Goose Game: Early 2019