Everything that happened at the March 2020 Indie World Nintendo presentation

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So my one wish wasn’t granted during the Indie World Showcase stream today: no Hollow Knight Silksong info!

Still, we got a few good tidbits like confirmation of PixelJunk Eden 2, as well as some windows for some cool looking games like Baldo. No, we didn’t get a Cadence of Hyrule bombshell this time, as the porting of Exit the Gungeon was the big “one more thing” news at the end.

Though, it may as well be a new game, because I doubt a lot of you out there are avid Apple Arcade subscribers. It’s still getting decent games by the way!

Here’s a recap of everything announced, from games to release dates. Everything denoted “console exclusive” marks something that’s coming to Switch, but may also come to a non-console platform like PC or mobile at the same time.

All the games and launch windows confirmed during the presentation:

  • Blue Fire – Summer 2020 (timed console exclusive)
  • Baldo – Summer 2020 (timed console exclusive)
  • I Am Dead – 2020 (timed exclusive)
  • B.Ark – late 2020 (timed console exclusive)
  • Cyanide and Happiness – Freakpocalypse (summer 2020 timed exclusive)
  • Summer in Mara – Spring 2020 (timed console exclusive)
  • Quantum League – Late 2020
  • The Last Campfire – Summer 2020
  • Faeria – Spring 2020
  • Eldest Souls – Summer 2020 (timed console exclusive)
  • Blair Witch – Summer 2020
  • Ghost of a Tale – Spring 2020
  • Sky – Summer 2020
  • Sky Racket – “Today”
  • Superliminal – 2020
  • Wingspan – Spring 2020
  • Dicey Dungeons – 2020
  • Bounty Battle – Summer 2020
  • Moving Out – April 28, 2020

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