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10 Biggest E3 2018 Nintendo Switch Games and How to play them freely?

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Mario Party, Fortnite and all the 10 biggest E3 2018 Nintendo Switch Games will be checked from this post. Plus, you can get a easy guide to download and play these games freely on your Nintendo Switch console.

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10 Biggest Nintendo Switch Games at E3 2018

No.1 and No.2 Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokemon: Let’s Go Eeevee

Nintendo unveils more details about Pokemon: Let’s Go games with 40 minute of gameplay at E3 2018 Treehouse live stream, it includes the Mythical Pokémon Mew, an incredibly rare Pokémon that cannot be encountered in regular gameplay in any of the Pokémon main series games.

For Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, Mew will be available in the Poké Ball Plus, and players will be able to transfer it to their version of the new game. Each individually sold Poké Ball Plus will contain Mew, as will all the Poké Ball Plus accessories sold in special packs. Mew caught while playing Pokémon GO cannot be brought into Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

Plus, Game Freak director Junichi Masuda revealed various gameplay elements during the live stream, including parts of the Viridian Forest and Pewter City, as well as Brock in the Pewter City Gym.

  • GO Park – GO Park is enabled as a player progresses further in the game and will help players befriend Pokemon from Pokemon GO in Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! This feature allows for Pokemon from Pokemon GO originally discovered in the Kanto region to be transferred to Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! These Pokemon will then need to be caught with a Poke Ball. The player can interact with them in a whole new way in Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee!
  • Candy Jar – Players can use a variety of Candies to strengthen their Pokemon in a training system introduced in Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Later in the game, players will be able to send their Pokemon to Professor Oak to receive these Candies.
  • Link Trading and Battles – Players will be able to trade and engage in Single and Double Battles with other players online and via local wireless communication. Trading and battling online will require an active Nintendo Switch Online membership, a paid service launching this September.

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! are upcoming role-playing video games (RPGs) developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for the Nintendo Switch. The games are the first Pokémon RPGs on the Nintendo Switch. They contain influences from Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Go, as well as integration with the latter, and support for a new Poké Ballcontroller accessory that allows Pokémon creatures to be transferred to and from Pokémon Go. The games are scheduled to be released worldwide on November 16, 2018. You can buy the games alone or in a $99.99 bundle that includes a Poke Ball Plus controller.

No.3  Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The next Biggest Title is the much-anticipated Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch, it has a name of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which will feature a massive roster of over 60 fighters comprising every single Smash Bros. character to ever appear in the series, including all the DLC characters from Smash Bros. for the Wii U and 3DS. It will be out on December 7th. The only new characters announced so far are the Inklings from Splatoon and Ridley from Metroid.

  • GameCube controller support has been added and all Smash Bros Amiibos are compatible. You’ ll need a USB adapter — same as the Wii U — which means it won’t work in portable or tabletop mode, but for Smash purists, there’s no other way to play. It’s directed by Masahiro Sakurai. 
  • Metroid’s Ridley and Splatoon’s Inklings have also been added as brand new fighters, as well as Echo fighter Daisy, and female versions of Pikachu and Pokémon trainers.
  • Assist Trophies including BomberMan, a variety of new Pokémon, and Midna – with K.O.-ing assists gaining you points. 
  • The actual gameplay has been improved, too. The graphics are better, air dodge mobility has been improved, fighters have more expressions, and one-on-one battles will result in greater damage. 
  • Stages from previous games will make a return, such as Princess Peach’s Castle, Spirit Train, and the Green Hill Zone. We can also look forward to a new Breath of the Wild-inspired stage – Great Plateau Tower.
  • Sakurai also hinted online battles may be coming in the future.

No.4 Fortnite

It was rumored to be happening, and now it’s official: Fortnite, the biggest game in the world, is coming to the Switch and you can play it right now. For free! The Switch version promises to offer the full Fortnite Battle Royale experience, and it’s available to download today from the eShop. You can download it for free, as of 10 a.m. PT. It has cross-play with iOS, Xbox One, PC and Mac — but not the PS4. It will include both the basic fort-building and zombie-slaying mode as well as the battle royale that came later

The battle royale shooter genre has become huge in the last few years, and Fortnite is far and away the leader right now. After exploding in popularity on PC, the game has branched out to Xbox and PS4. Starting today, you can download it on the Switch. Yes, right now. The game is free, but there is premium currency for sale that can unlock better gear. There’s no Switch-specific content, though.

It’s no surprise, considering Fortnite Battle Royale is the hottest game around right now. The Switch version has all the same chaotic building, cringe-worthy dancing, and fierce shoot-outs as its counterparts. Even better, it’s free-to-play. 

No.5 Super Mario Party

Super Mario Party is coming to Nintendo Switch! This will be the franchise’s first entry to hit the console and it looks like it’ll be a blast. It will hit Switch Oct. 5 with two-system play: The party game’s next iteration (how many have there been?) adds Joy-Con controls in minigames (they seem perfectly suited for Mario Party) and can connect two Switches for cross-system gaming.

Until now, we had only seen a teaser trailer for Nintendo Switch’s Super Smash Bros., but creator Masahiro Sakurai gave us a lengthy presentation on what we can expect from the latest addition the the franchise – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Super Mario Party keeps the same boardgame elements the series is known for, while introducing a heap of new mods, mini-games, and characters. Of course, because it’s the Switch, there’s also Joy-Con enabled minigames and the ability to combine switches for four-player game modes, allowing characters to move across the screens. 

No.6 Daemon X Machina

Daemon X Machina is a completely new Nintendo game, a flying-mech title by Kenichiro Tsukuda, the producer of the Armored Core series. It has a lot of suit-upgrading, and isn’t arriving until 2019, but it’s a completely new announcement. The visual style is reminiscent of Breath of the Wild, but you get to pilot fighting robots with a heavy metal soundtrack. What more could you want?

No.7 Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Fire Emblem: Three Houses has finally been unveiled, complete with a full-length trailer. It looks like the newest addition to the franchise is returning to the traditional top-down strategy elements we loved about the core games in the series. The animation style isn’t hard on the eyes either. It will release for Nintendo Switch in spring 2019, or sometime around March through May.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the Nintendo Switch’s first true Fire Emblem game after last year’s Koei co-produced Fire Emblem Warriors. Cause it follows three characters, and has similar turn-based gameplay as the rest of the series. It has the same turn-based combat as other games in the series, but it looks much nicer on the Switch. 

No.8  Dragon Ball FighterZ

Nintendo’s own fighting game might have the spotlight, but tucked into its highlight reel was the news that Dragon Ball FighterZ and its incredible animated artwork will be making the jump to the Switch sometime later this year.  2018 will be a great year for fighting game fans. Along with the mascot brawler, Nintendo is getting its own version of this year’s anime brawler Dragon Ball FighterZ. Switch owners who are fans of the sprawling, explosive anime series will be able to kamehameha their friends into space later this year.

No.9 Overcooked 2

The first game, a cult Steam hit, just came out last year. The sequel, which should have even more absurd multiplayer cooking, has local and online modes, and is coming Aug. 7.

No.10 Hollow Knight, Octopath Traveler ,Fallout Shelter and Killer Queen Black .

  • Hollow Knight: Looks like an indie platformer in the spirit of games like Celeste and Shovel Knight, and it’s here today. And even more surprising than that was the reveal that it’s out today. Hollow Knight first came out for PC and Mac last year, and the Switch’s is the only home console version so far.
  • Octopath Traveler: The exclusive Switch RPG by Square Enix hits July 13, with a demo coming June 14. JRPG lovers, rejoice. This retro-style 3D RPG has been available as a demo since last summer, but a new demo with near-final gameplay will come later this month. 
  • Killer Queen Black: It is a multiplayer, arcade-style game that has teams of five players squaring off in a Joust-style combat. One player on each team controls the queen, and the others are drones and warriors sworn to protect her. 
  • The Elder Scrolls: Legends: Bethesda revealed at its showcase that its mobile, free-to-play strategy card game was getting both a graphics overhaul and some new homes. It’s heading to all major consoles, including Switch. This is a solid score for the Switch, especially since Nintendo’s getting Legends at the same time as its competitors Sony and Microsoft. And people who can’t wait for the home version can get a head start on PC, and they’ ll be able to transfer their progress over to the ports once they launch.
  • Fallout Shelter: Bethesda first showed off its mobile take on the Fallout universe at E3 2016. And then it announced that it was already out, which was nice. The management title puts players in control of their very own Vault-Tec installation and charged them with recruiting a population and keeping it happy and safe from radiation and mutated animals. And just like the mobile version, it’s free to play.

How to play free Super Smash Bors. Ultimate, Super Mario Party and other Switch games?

play game backups on Nintendo Switch

All the above upcoming Nintendo Switch games confirmed at E3 2018, if they have the physical verison, not be released on Eshop only, you can play them for free on your Nintendo Switch with using the Xecuter SX Pro modchip.

Yes, the Great News is that Nintendo Switch V5.1.0 has been Cracked already! You can install a CFW called SX OS to it, then you can play Switch game backups on your console, plus, you can run Homebrews on the Switch CFW as well. The Xecuter SX Pro is coming from the old and famous flashcard company Team Xecuter, it is producing both the SX Pro and SX OS to help Nintendo Switch console users to download and play free Switch games.

Xecuter SX OS is the OS CFW activation code, supports users getting this commercial CFW from TX to download free games to play on Switch, while the SX Pro is the ultimate Nintendo Switch modchip, it is including a jig tool for switching console to RCM mode, a USB Dongle for booting CFW to your console and the OS CFW download key. So only if you buy the Xecuter SX Pro kit, you can hack the console easily and safely to play free games, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Fire Emblem Warriors, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom, Battle Kirby Star Allies,  ARMS, 1-2-Switch and more.

Guide: Play free Super Smash Bors. Ultimate, Super Mario Party and other games freely on Switch

  1. Buy a genuine and cheap Xecuter SX Pro from an official dealer, like us
  2. Extract SX OS to your Nintendo Switch’ microSD card. Your card microSD can be formatted as FAT32 or exFAT
  3. Insert SX Pro dongle and tool into your Nintendo Switch. The dongle goes in the charger port, the tool in the right joycon rail.
  4. Hold volume-up and press the power button, SX OS should start. You can remove the dongle and tool once SX OS starts.
  5. Activate your SX OS License to enjoy all features.
  6. Enter the “album viewer” from the main menu and click on “license”
  7. Enjoy the latest games and homebrew!

All Nintendo Switch Games confirmed in 2018

  • Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Ubisoft’s toy-based game with Starfox tie-ins (Oct. 16)
  • Arena of Valor, by Tencent Games (fall 2018)
  • Minecraft is getting its physical release (June 21)
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle’s Donkey Kong Adventure add-on DLC (June 26)
  • Pixark, by Snail Games USA (fall 2018)
  • Just Dance 2019, by Ubisoft (Oct. 23)
  • Splatoon 2 Octa Expansion (summer 2018)
  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, by Nintendo (July 13)
  • Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy, by Activision (June 29)
  • Ninjala, by GungHo Online Entertainment (spring 2019)
  • Carcassone, by Asmodee Digital (holiday 2018)
  • FIFA 19, by EA (Sept. 28)
  • Ark: Survival Evolved, by Studio Wildcard (fall 2018)
  • Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut, by InXile Entertainment (fall 2018)
  • Paladins: Champions of the Realm, by Hi-Rez Studios (out now)
  • Dark Souls Remastered, by Bandai Namco (summer 2018)
  • SNK Heroines, by NIS America (Sept. 7)
  • Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, by Capcom (Aug. 28)
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, by Bethesda (June 29)
  • The World Ends With You: Final Remix, by Nintendo (fall 2018)
  • Mega Man 11, by Capcom (Oct. 2)

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