A lot has happened since we started covering the Nintendo Switch.
There have been some exciting announcements, and we’re still learning about some of the console’s core features.
But as of this morning, it looks like we won’t be able to update the story with new information about the console for at least another week.
The company has already released a video to its official YouTube channel detailing some of its plans for the console and some of our questions about it.
We already know Nintendo will be launching a handful of Switch games this holiday season, and while we don’t yet know the details of what we’ll be able see in these games, it sounds like we’ll likely be seeing a few more Switch games at E3, including new titles like Splatoon 2 and Splatoon Tag Battle.
The Switch’s first Splatoon game will also be playable on the system.
The Splatoon Switch will launch on October 24th, and Nintendo has previously said it will launch with four Switch games: Splatoon, Splatoon2, Splatfest and SplatFest2.
Nintendo also teased that Splatoon 3 will launch this summer, and will include the same features as Splatoon.
We’ve also heard that Splat Tournament, Splatters vs. Splatters, Splats vs. Plups, and Splatters is coming to the Switch this year.
Splatoon and Splatter Tournament are both on Switch in 2018, and are set to be free games this year with some in-app purchases.
Splat Tag Battle is also coming to Switch in 2020, with the addition of a Splat-based mode.
Nintendo has also announced a Splatoon Hero bundle, and it includes Splatoon: Battle Royale, Splatter Wars, Splinter Cell, and other DLC.
Nintendo also teased the console will also support a new generation of console controllers, which will be called Joy-Con, and they’ll work with the Switch’s touchpad to allow users to control their Switch with precision.