Nintendo Switch Eshop Releases Feb 28-March 6: Pokemon, Metro, And More
A big week for indies.
As February ends and March begins, a whole bunch of new games are hitting the Nintendo Switch Eshop.
A total of 15 games will be released on February 28 alone, including Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux, marking the end of February 2020 with a bang for the Nintendo Switch releases. March on the other hand is starting off with just a handful of games, 13 more games will follow over the week, making for a whopping total of 28.
In addition to the Metro games, Friday’s releases include the wild west action title Bloodroots; multiplayer arcades LocO-SportS and STAB STAB STAB!; 3D bullet hell Profane; and classic run and gun platformer Bucket Knight.
Finally, March 6 sees the much anticipated Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, a remake of the DS/Game Boy Advance original, release on Eshop and as a physical edition The demo is still currently available to play on the EShop, with your progress from the demo able to be carried over once the full edition has released.
You can find the full list of releases for this week below. The week after is going to be a quiet one in the lead up to the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Doom 64.
This Week’s New Nintendo Switch Releases
- BE-A Walker
- Bucket Knight
- Blood Roots
- Frozen Friends
- Ganbare! Super Strikers
- Metro 2033 Redux
- Metro: Last Light Redux
- Ski Sniper
- Skull Rogue
- Spartan Fist
- STAB STAB STAB!
- The Story Goes On
- Baron: Fur Is Gonna Fly
- I am Ball
- Lost Horizon
- Murder By Numbers
- Dude, Stop
- Unlock The King
- Ibb & obb
- Save Koch
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX
- Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut
Dungeon Defenders: Awakened has not yet been given an official release date, the Nintendo Eshop still only has February 2020 for the release.
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