Yesterday, inside the 2018 Nindies summer showcase, the most relevant indie games arriving on Switch were presented in the coming months.

Some of the most popular independent games of the last few years are about to become part of the line-up Nintendo Switch:

  • Undertale, in the 18 September;
  • Bastion, the 13 September is out;
  • Transistor, due out in November;
  • Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, arriving in October;
  • Hyper Light Drifter, that the 6 September will arrive;
  • Wasteland 2: Director's Cut, the 13 September is out;
  • Tower fall, scheduled for the September 27.

Furthermore Into the Breach, a recent turn-based strategic title that has enthused both critics and the public, It is already available since yesterday on eShop.

Nintendo then promises to welcome on the switch some upcoming indie titles like Mineko's Night Market, Samurai Gunn 2 ed Untitled Goose Game (all planned for the 2019).

The commitment of Nintendo supporting independent developers on their hybrid console seems genuine and constant. Just under a week ago it was published another highlight video containing dozens of other indie games that they are preparing to land on switch in the next months.