‘Axiom Verge 2’ and more indie games will hit Switch in 2020

Nintendo has as of now curated a library of superbly bizarre autonomous games on the Switch, and it’s not easing back down in 2020. The organization today uncovered a bunch of outside the box titles making a beeline for the Switch one year from now, including substantial hitters like Axiom Verge 2 (a continuation fans have been hanging tight for since 2015), Sports Story (the follow-up to Golf Story), and Streets of Rage 4 (which we’ve seen as incredibly fun).

Engineer Thomas Happ uncovered Axiom Verge 2 toward the finish of the Nintendo Switch Indie World Showcase livestream with a first-look trailer. Saying Verge 2 is because of hit the Switch in fall 2020, while Sports Story is booked for mid-2020 and Streets of Rage 4 will land in the primary portion of the year.

Those are only the huge name non mainstream games. The Switch is additionally getting some new, under-the-radar titles, as SkateBird by Glass Bottom Games (late 2020), Boyfriend Dungeon by Kitfox Games (2020), Sail Forth by David Evans (2020), Liberated by Atomic Wolf (2020) and Murder by Numbers by Mediatonic (mid 2020).

Murder by Numbers

Murder by Numbers resembles a blend of analytical puzzler Phoenix Wright and prophetically catastrophic fowl dating sim Hatoful Boyfriend, yet with robots – and there’s valid justification for this. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney arranger Masakazu Sugimori is doing the music for Murder by Numbers, and Hatoful Boyfriend maker Hato Moa is on plan obligations. Freed, then again, is a noir-cyberpunk experience that happens in the boards of a realistic novel, and Sail Forth is a neon-doused transport based cavort through procedurally created oceans. Sweetheart Dungeon is part dating sim, part cell crawler, and totally adorable. Lastly, SkateBird is… absolutely what it seems like.


This is only an examining of the 2020 Switch-non mainstream lineup; Nintendo has 14 titles aggregate on the following year’s docket. Obviously, there’s still time left right now. To hold non mainstream fans over until January, both The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition and Dauntless are accessible on the Switch today.

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