At the Bethesda E3 Press Conference, the first new trailer for the Nintendo Switch version of Skyrim was revealed. We haven’t seen much of the game since its confirmation at the Nintendo Switch reveal event, and though a release date wasn’t given at this particular event (remember, the Nintendo Spotlight is Tuesday) we did get some new details.
Right off the bat, there will be Amiibo support in the game, with the Link Amiibo from Breath of the Wild being shown to not only make a treasure chest appear, but given the player character Link’s outfit and the Master Sword. What was also shown is that the Joy-Con can be used as Motion Controls, with the bow-and-arrow getting the spotlight to prove the concept.
Again, no release date yet, but it could come very soon.
Now let’s get to the actual games. There will be plenty to keep Switch players busy through the remainder of the year, and some excellent stuff is now confirmed for 2022. Like a fully 3D Kirby, Splatoon 3 and the finally confirmed release window for Bayonetta 3! Castlevania Advance Collection
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