Nintendo’s gaming console, the Nintendo Switch has signaled a productive era for Nintendo. The company’s console quickly rose to prominence when it launched The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. As a result it helped Nintendo increased its profits dramatically.


And since Nintendo launched the game, the hybrid console did not experience any shortage of fantastic games in the console. From the popular games like Mario and Kirby to Owlboy and Celeste, the hybrid console gave players a unique gaming experience.


Obviously, Nintendo is continually expanding the library of games. Below are the list of games that are confirmed for release ready for your reference, according to Eurogamer.


Nintendo Switch games with confirmed release dates for 2018


April 2018:


 South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Ubisoft, April 24th)
 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy (Bandai Namco, April 26th)
 Firefighters The Simulation (UIG Entertainment, £35.99, April 24th)
 Firefighters: Airport Fire Department (UIG Entertainment, £35.99, April 24th)
 Where Are My Friends? (Sometimes You, £5.39, April 25th)
 Death Road to Canada (Ukiyo Publishing, £11.99, April 25th)
 Agatha Knife (Mango Protocol, £7.95, April 26th)
 Sky Rogue (Fractal Phase, £14.99, April 26th)
 Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story (Plug In Digital, £5.39, April 26th)
 KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch (DETUNE, £35.05, April 26th)
 NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja Storm (Bandai Namco, £16.99, April 26th)
 Hello Kitty Kruisers With Sanrio Friends (Rising Star Games, £24.99, April 26th)
 Late Shift (Wales Interactive, £9.99, April 26th)
 Saturday Morning RPG (Limited Run Games, £7.19, April 26th)
 Goetia (Forever Entertainment, £6.29, April 26th)
 NeoGeo Ghost Pilots (Hamster, £6.29, April 26th)
 A Robot Named Fight (Hitcents, £12.99, April 26th)
 Sparkle Zero (Forever Entertainment, £4.49, April 26th)
 12 orbits (Roman Uhlig, £1.75, April 27th)
 Save The Ninja Clan (Sometimes You, £4.49, 27th April)
 DragoDino (Plug In Digital, £8.99, April 27th)
 Bouncy Bob (Sonka, £4.49, April 27th)
 Nintendo Labo (Nintendo, April 27th in Europe / April 20th in North America)
 Jotun (Thunter Lotus Games, April 27th)

May 2018:

 Nihilumbra (BeautiFun Games, £5.99, May 3rd)
 Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo, May 4th)
 Super Chariot (Microids, £17.99, 10th May)
 Immortal Redneck (Crema, May 10th)
 One Peace: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition (Bandai Namco, May 11th)
 Hyper Sentinel (Huey Games, £9.99, May 11th)
 Battle Chasers: Nightwar (THQ Nordic, £34.99, May 15th)
 Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Nintendo, May 18th)
 Die for Valhalla! (Monster Couch, £8.99, May 29th)
 Little Nightmares: Complete Edition (Bandai Namco, May 18th)
 Mega Man Legacy Collections 1 and 2 (Capcom, May 22nd)
 Runner3 (Nicalis, May 22nd)
 PixelJunk Monsters 2 (Q-Games, May 25th)
 Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (Capcom, May)

June 2018:

 Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn (Saber Interactive, June 5th)
 Flashback (Microïds, June 7th)
 Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Nintendo, June 8th)
 Mario Tennis Aces (Nintendo, June 22nd)

July 2018:

 Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy (Activision, July 10th)
 Octopath Traveler (Square Enix, July 13th)
 Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo, July 13th)
 Lego The Incredibles (Warner Bros, July 13th)

‘Summer’ 2018:

 Dark Souls Remastered (Namco Bandai)
 Battlezone Gold Edition (Rebellion)