Hitman 3 and Redout: Space Assault headline this week’s lineup of new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
IO Interactive’s trilogy-concluding Hitman 3 is the pick of this week’s new Nintendo Switch releases. Like Remedy Entertainment’s Control, the game comes to Switch using cloud streaming technology from Ubitus. Assuming you have a decent home internet connection, it’s likely to be a perfectly acceptable method of playing the game. And as with Control, you’ll be able to stress-test your experience by playing a small portion of the game for free.
Another highlight is Redout: Space Assault from 34BigThings. We rather enjoyed the studio’s last game and have high hopes for this spaceship dogfighting prequel.
Other new Nintendo Switch releases include Frodoric The Driver, The Unexpected Quest, and Gravity Heroes. We’ll keep this page updated with any late additions throughout the week.
Nintendo Switch releases: January 18-23, 2021
Monday, January 18, 2021
- Danger Gazers
- Olympic Table Tennis
- Red Colony
- Spinny’s Journey
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
- War Truck Simulator
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
- All Walls Must Fall – A Tech-Noir Tactics Game
- Hitman 3 Cloud Version
- Otti: The House Keeper
Thursday, January 21, 2021
- Bezier: Second Edition
- Bouncing Hero Air Bounce – The Jump ‘n’ Run Challenge
- Chess Royale
- Ephemeral: Fantasy on Dark
- Frodoric The Driver
- The Game is On
- Grisaia: Phantom Trigger 5.5
- Her Love In The Force
- Loot Hero DX
- Missile Dancer
- Nosferatu Lilinor
- Rotund Rebound
- Sally Face
- Tadpole Treble Encore
Friday, January 22, 2021
- Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden
- Bladed Fury
- Dark Sauce
- Colorful Colore
- Gravity Heroes
- Redout: Space Assault
- Rock ‘N Racing Bundle Off Road & Grand Prix
Saturday, January 23, 2021
- Legend of Numbers
- The Unexpected Quest
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