The most popular Nintendo Switch sport of the season is the newest to get strike with a delay. Progress Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp won’t be out right up until spring 2022, Nintendo exposed this early morning, totally upending my holiday ideas in the method.
“The recreation just desires a small extra time for fine tuning,” the company tweeted. “You’ll be battling with Andy & friends soon! Thanks for your endurance.” Discovered as a great shock back again at E3, the Advance Wars remakes had been originally slated to arrive on Switch on December 3, rounding out Nintendo’s shockingly sturdy tumble 2021 line-up.
Packaging the initially recreation alongside one another with Progress Wars 2: Black Gap Climbing, the “from the floor up” remakes aimed to maintain the charming sprite-primarily based aesthetic of the originals, even though including new 3D graphics. I just cannot say I’m a enthusiast of the new visuals, but it would get much more than that to halt me from pouring several hours into the convert-based mostly technique classics, like it was 2001 all about once more.
Regrettably, I and some others will have to wait around a bit extended. It is also not completely reassuring that Nintendo didn’t have a new day to deliver today, and the remakes have as a substitute been relegated back to a imprecise release window. Nintendo’s fiscal yr ends on March 31, 2022.
Progress Wars 1+2 is hardly the only game having pushed again these days, even so. Rainbow 6 Extraction was intended to get there this slide as well, but is now aiming for early up coming year. The PS5 and Xbox Collection X/S versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 had been pushed again this week as very well. And Elden Ring is now slated to get there in February as an alternative of January as earlier planned.
That month presently experienced way as well many games coming out. Thankfully, spring 2022 does not start off right up until March.