A leaker suggests that a new game will be ‘silently launched’ by Nintendo next month with the promise that this will be a surprise for gamers.
Nintendo’s Switch lineup is going strong with a ton of games to be released this year. This was most evident with the Nintendo Direct rollout in February, which detailed a number of games like Mario Strikers: Battle League, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes and Splatoon 3. player. Most of these Nintendo titles on Switch are set to launch in the summer through the end of the year. While these are all highly anticipated games in the Switch’s library, a notable Nintendo leaker noted that another could be “silently released” fairly soon, and it will surprise. for the gaming community.
Many gamers have theorized that it could be a sequel to 1-2-Switch, it is a game released with the launch of Nintendo Switch, this game has shown a lot of functionality. of the machine and the Joy-con. More specifically, it demonstrated the Switch’s HD-Rumble and IR Camera Motion features, the latest innovations introduced in the machine through the various mini-games available in the game. While the game’s sales remained steady, topping out at over 3 million copies sold in 2019, critical reception was mixed due to the game’s lack of progress and content.
Despite this reception, a notable Nintendo leaker seems to indicate that 1-2-Switch will receive a sequel. This leak was posted on Twitter by Samus Hunter, with an extremely vague tweet full of meaning. He says the game he’s referring to will probably make people like it or not, but it will be a “silently rolled out” announcement on Nintendo’s social media channels, releasing within one to two days. month and will be a “surprise” for everyone.
While the tweet doesn’t explicitly mention a 1-2-Switch sequel, gamers who follow the leaker have pieced together clues through the tweet’s context. The word “One Two” is capitalized in the middle of the tweet, with “May” near the top also written in the same way. The word “May” could indicate that the game will release in May, accompanied by a statement that the game is likely to be hated or loved. Pair this with the tweet’s “One Two” and many people have been able to conclude that the game is related to 1-2-Switch, given that the game also had a mixed reception at launch.
The sequel to 1-2-Switch has been quite curious, as many gamers are still very indifferent to the game. The Nintendo Switch already has several other games of the same genre that have received better responses from fans and critics like Mario Party Superstars, WarioWare: Get It Together, and the upcoming Nintendo Switch Sports, so it’s confusing. if they’re going to make a sequel to a game like 1-2-Switch. Either way, gamers should not trust the leaks too much until an official announcement shows whether these things are true or not.
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