Nintendo debuted a new Indie World Showcase today with a roster of more than 20 indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch system in 2023 and beyond.
The reveal of Blasphemous 2 was a highlight which included the game’s first trailer and planned launch date of summer 2023. The indiee showcase also revealed the launch of slapstick RPG Shadows Over Loathing to the Nintendo eShop.
Other games included Mineko’s Night Market, an adventure-simulator about a curious girl exploring her lively new home at the base of Mount Fugu, launching for Nintendo Switch Sept. 26; My Time at Sandrock, a captivating sequel to My Time at Portia, launching this summer; and the free Relics of the Old Faith update for Cult of the Lamb, launching April 24, featuring new challenges, enemies and ways to keep non-believers in line when playing the colony-simulation game.
“To see this stunning amount of creativity from the indie development community is a true delight,” said Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Publisher and Developer Relations. “With the latest diverse lineup of independent games shown today, players can find Nintendo Switch games to take them on journeys far from home while still at home, or anywhere else they choose to play.”
View the entire showcase at www.nintendo.com/indie-world.