Nintendo UK has confirmed that Fire Emblem Warriors and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will be released on Nintendo Switch by the end of 2017. The two games are cited among the games coming in this year, along with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Odyssey.
Nintendo Europe has recently shared a new entry on its official website. In it we can see the games that will arrive on Nintendo Switch in 2017 and fortunately it seems that none of the main announced in the presentation of January 13 has disappeared.
In case you had any doubts, Nintendo UK has confirmed that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Fire Emblem Warriors will come out in the course of 2017.
The two titles for Nintendo Switch will arrive probably towards the end of the year, as anticipated in event of the presentation of the console last January.
There are no other details about the titles but confirmation of the English division of the Japanese giant portends the arrival of Fire Emblem Warriors and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 in Europe later this year, and not only in Japan as assumed at first.
At the moment we do not know much about the new project of Monolith on the hybrid system of the Japanese company, but it is known that the title will be a direct continuation of one of the games best considered within the Nintendo universe of this last decade available on both Wii as on the new Nintendo 3DS.
The announcement of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was brilliantly received by the fans of the community so it means to have a new release of the saga so early regarding the launch of Xenoblade Chronicles X, and open the doors to such an ambitious project now also in any due to the nature of the platform. Over the next few months we will know more about this second part, which should in fact be in stores in 2017.
Probably we will know more during the upcoming E3 in Los Angeles, to be held in mid-June.