The Nintendo switch goes into its third year with some pretty strong momentum, having sold more than 22 million units and hosting such exclusive Pokémon: Let's go and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. So what's next?
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Here is everything to expect from the Nintendo Switch in 2019.
Play: Animal Crossing, Pokémon, Marvel and more
The switch got lots of great games from both Nintendo and third parties in 2018, but this year's addition lacked the magical one-to-punch of 2017's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. Nintendo could resume that magic in 2019 with tons of exclusive followers to wildly popular franchises on the road. 19659004] In 2019, the switch turns to get Luigi's Mansion 3, the next installment in the cult-favorite ghost industry series; a still untitled Four Emblem game; and a brand new Pokémon RPG. This will not be a rehash of the classics, like the 2018's Pokémon's Go was; We are talking about a new region, a new Pokémon and potentially some great gameplay changes. Also publish Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, a Switch-exclusive sequel to the beloved co-op superhero action series. The switch will also get a new entry in the popular and adorable Animal Crossing life simulator franchise. Other noticeable 2019 Nintendo games include a pair of colorful platform players in Yoshi's Crafted World and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, the latter is a port of the underwritten Wii U class. first person sci-fi adventure Metroid Prime 4. Both of these wildly anticipated sequels were announced back in 2017, but we haven't heard a look about them since then. And while new Luigi's Mansion and Pokémon games sound good, these two question mark games are the most likely to rise to the must-have level of Breath of the Wild.