Move over Amazon, it’s time to get our rumoured release windows from another source!
On Twitter, @pixelpar, who previously tweeted about ND Cube working on a new game for Nintendo and also stating the developer’s involvement with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, he has since tweeted some new and interesting news, concerning plenty of titles for Nintendo Switch and among them are Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition, Yoshi and even the physical release of SteamWorld Dig 2. The full tweet can be seen here:
In the past, @pixelpar has proved credible and as far as Hyrule Warriors and Yoshi go, their release windows do make the most sense, especially when you consider Fire Emblem Warriors was out in Japan first on September 28 and out in the West nearly a month later, on October 20. So, there is no reason we can’t see a repeat with Hyrule Warriors out on March 22 for Japan and then on either April 13 or 20 for the likes of Europe and North America. As for Yoshi, there have been rumours of a June/July release before, with Amazon listing it for June 29.
We did also try asking Rising Star Games about the SteamWorld Dig 2 release date, especially since there are retailers that also give the physical version of SteamWorld Dig 2, the same release date, but at present, there is nothing Rising Star Games can say about the date at this time. Once actual release dates start pouring in, you can be sure to find them all, here at Miketendo64.com.
Source: @pixelpar (Twitter)Tags: europe, Flipping Death, Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition, Nintendo Switch, Rumours, Steamworld Dig 2, The World Ends with You, Yoshi Switch
This post was written by Jack Longman