Nintendo’s got an all-star holiday lineup this year with Super Mario Party in October, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Eevee! in November, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in December. Even so, there are some unhappy with the content releasing between now and then, and investors have been questioning whether or not Nintendo can really hit its target of 20 million Switch units sold this year. As it turns out, Nintendo has more in the pipeline than we know about.

As you may recall, Nintendo of America President
Reggie Fils-Aime recently told Game Informer that Nintendo will announce more new games before the end of 2018. Speaking with investors, former company President Tatsumi Kimishima went even further. According to Kimishima, Nintendo still has more unannounced games releasing this year.

Kimishima, much like Fils-Aime, indicated that E3 was not the right time to reveal the full lineup. Nintendo can unveil more games going forward at other public events, or they could hold more Nintendo Direct presentations. It’s unlikely we’ll see a big name like
Metroid or Animal Crossing this year, but Nintendo still has something more coming out before the holiday season. What are you hoping to see?

Source: Nintendo (via DualShockers)

Ben Lamoreux

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