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This week’s Nintendo Switch releases (June 8-12, 2020)

Here’s the full rundown on this week’s new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.



New Nintendo Switch eShop releases
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Here’s the full rundown on this week’s new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.

We’ll start with two strategy games. Recotechnology’s 1971 Project Helios is a gritty, modern warfare tactics game set on a bleak frozen world. Warborn is a colourful 40-mission game in which mech suited soldiers attempt to bring peace to the Solar System one turn at a time

Tolga Ay’s challenging grappling hook platformer, Remnants of Naezith, comes to Switch two years after its PC debut. And for those of us who mourn the passing of printed games journalism, Magazine Mogul, the latest business sim from Kairosoft, gives players the chance to publish their very own Nintendo Power.


This week’s new Nintendo eShop releases also includes Project Warlock, the Doom-inspired first-person shooter from Buckshot Software’s, dungeon-RPG roguelike Demon’s Tier+, and Prison Architect‘s Island Bound DLC.

We’ll keep this page updated throughout the week with any late changes. In the meantime, here’s the full lineup of new Nintendo eShop releases as it stands.

New Nintendo Switch releases: June 8-12, 2020

Monday, June 8, 2020

  • No releases

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

  • 1971 Project Helios
  • Demon’s Tier+
  • Jump King

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

  • No releases

Thursday, June 11, 2020

  • Ancestors Legacy
  • Cosmic Defenders
  • Evan’s Remains
  • Glass Masquerade Double Pack
  • Magazine Mogul
  • Prison Architect: Island Bound (DLC)
  • Project Warlock

Friday, June 12, 2020

  • Dots 8
  • Half Dead
  • House Flipper
  • Pew Paw
  • Remnants of Naezith
  • Rogue Robots
  • Spirit of the North
  • Super Toy Cars 2
  • Warborn

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