Through a press release, Nintendo has unveiled all the news available on Nintendo eShop this week: let’s discover together the full games, demos and pre-orders available
This past week saw the release of one of the most important titles of this first half (and perhaps of the year) with the arrival of Resident Evil Village on shelves around the world. Even on the Nintendo front, however, things are very hectic. The success of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is always growing, and the arrival of New Pokémon Snap has invigorated the hearts of Pokémon fans as they await the next iterations with a spin-off already much loved at the time of its release. We would like to have some little news also from the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but perhaps we are asking too much.
Through a press release, Nintendo has disclosed the news available from this week on its online shop. The Nintendo eShop has in fact updated with some new full games (nothing particularly expected, but interesting nonetheless), demos and pre-orders of future titles. Among the most important innovations we find the pre-order of Videogame Laboratory and the release of The Colonists and Nongunz: Doppelganger Edition. Let’s see everything in more detail.
Two new releases and more arrivals: here are the weekly news from Nintendo eShop!
Below are the two most important launches of the week on Nintendo eShop:
- The Colonists: arrived on May 4th, in this Auroch Digital title you will have to face a series of individual campaign missions, in randomly generated maps and compete on creations designed by other players. You can even build your own colony in Sandbox mode!
- Nongunz: Doppelganger Edition: Available May 6, Nongunz is a nihilistic roguelike action platform game. The Doppelganger Edition is a remaster of the original, coming to Nintendo Switch for the first time ever with two new modes: Arena and Local Co-op.
On the demo front, you can try it for free Rising Hell with its free trial version available from May 6th. Plus, you can pre-order starting May 6th either Videogame laboratory (pre-order available until June 10) both Crying Suns by Humble Games (pre-order available until May 27).
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