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Nintendo will host a new Indie World live stream on Tuesday beginning at 10am PT / 5pm UK.
The platform holder says the presentation will feature approximately 20 minutes of information on indie games coming to Nintendo Switch.
The broadcast can be viewed on Nintendo’s website, but we’ve embedded the YouTube stream below so that you can watch it on this page too.
Update: Nintendo used Tuesday’s showcase, which can be rewatched below, to announce multiple games and release dates for Switch.
Switch indie game announcements:
- Exit the Gungeon – March 17
- The Last Campfire – summer 2020
- Blue Fire – summer 2020
- Baldo – summer 2020
- I Am Dead – 2020
- B.ARK – late 2020
- Cyanide & Happiness – Freakpocalypse: Part 1 – (spring 2020 in the US, summer in Europe)
- Summer in Mara – spring 2020
- Quantum League – late 2020
- The Good Life – 2020
- PixelJunk Eden 2 – summer 2020
- Faeria – spring 2020
- Eldest Souls – summer 2020
- Blair Witch – summer 2020
- Ghost of a Tale – spring 2020
- Sky: Children of the Light – summer 2020
- Sky Racket – March 17
- Superliminal – summer 2020
- Wingspan – spring 2020
- Dicey Dungeons – 2020
- Bounty Battle – summer 2020
- Moving Out – April 28
Original story continues: It was recently claimed that Nintendo will host a pair of online presentations this month – an indie showcase this week and a full Nintendo Direct soon after, possibly on March 26.
Unlike recent Nintendo Directs which focused on specific games (Pokémon and Animal Crossing: New Horizons), the next full Direct is expected to take a broader look at Switch’s upcoming software line-up.
A new Direct this month would end what has become the largest gap between Nintendo Direct presentations since the initiative was introduced.
It’s been more than six months since the last full Nintendo Direct presentation in September 2019.
Typically, Nintendo holds an announcement-heavy Direct in either February or March to kickstart its marketing plans for the year.
2019’s first Direct took place on February 13. However, many 2019 releases had already been revealed in the final Direct of the previous year, including Luigi’s Mansion 3 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons (which was later delayed).
The platform holder has left its first-party game announcements unusually late in 2020, with only this week’s Animal Crossing and a Xenoblade remaster currently confirmed for release this year.