Nintendo Switch Ports We Want To See In 2021 – Feature

Nintendo Switch ports we would like to see in 2021

Over the past few years, Switch has become home to a wide variety of ports from other platforms. Games from around the world have made the leap to Nintendo’s hand hybrid, including smaller mobile hits, releases from a few years ago across the console, and more unexpected and recent multi-platform titles. 2020 was no exception, with some fantastic ports coming to the console, including Goliath efforts such as DOOM Eternal and Ori and the Will of the Wisps, excellent overhaul of older games such as Xenoblade Chronicles and the Metro remasters, and sensitive custom adjustments such as Jurassic World Evolution and Hypnospace Outlaw.

For the past few years, we’ve been looking at ports we’d like to see arrive on Switch, and it’s nice to look back at how many have arrived on the console in one form or another. Below we have just collected a few games that we would like to see on Nintendo’s system over the next twelve months. Some of them are remnants of previous years for which we still crossed our fingers and toes, while others are new versions that we think will perfectly compliment the Switch library.

There are still a few remaining Wii U ports that have not yet arrived at Switch (which we have summarized and evaluated elsewhere) Super Mario 3D World arrives in February. We are also very much looking forward to the announced Switch versions of indie classics Spelunky, Spelunky 2 and Braid in 2021.

Let’s take a look at our ten biggest port-based hopes for Switch in 2021, all but one of which will debut on non-Nintendo systems.

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