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For most companies that would be a hard ask, but this is Nintendo, which is a company overflowing with IP that sells millions of copies every time a new game launches. A leaked document from Electronic Arts earlier this year pointed towards a January Nintendo Direct, but beyond that no specific details are available.

Nintendo has officially gotten its groove back. The site Cheap Ass Gamer also uncovered a bunch of Nintendo Switch game placeholders on Amazon that curiously says 'just announced at the Switch event.' The listings have since been removed.

The final United Kingdom top 40 for 2017 was published earlier today, revealing a trio of Switch titles in the top ten.

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Bethesda Softworks also announced in 2017 that several of its successful franchises will be released on the Switch, and these include the first-person shooter "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" that will launch this year on a still unknown date. Within the last quarter of the year, the anniversary game titled "Mega Man 11" is expected to launch.

As Gamesindustry.biz reports, by April 2019 Kimishima wants Nintendo to sell another 20 million Switch. Amazon has released its list of the best-selling games from 2017, and Nintendo managed to take seven of the top 10 spots. Ubisoft's strategy game Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and the unique fighting game Arms were high on the list, and Nintendo fans haven't abandoned their 3DS systems just yet, either - Metroid: Samus Returns had stronger sales on Amazon than Assassin's Creed Origins and was just behind the surprise hit Nier: Automata.

THQ Nordic's "Titan Quest" as well as the video game adaptation of the famous manga series "Attack on Titan" are both expected to arrive to the Switch console this year.

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