Video Gamer Play // Yoshi for Switch is officially delayed into 2019
Yoshi for Switch is officially delayed into 2019
Yoshi for Switch (working title, obviously) was conspicuously absent during Nintendo’s E3 Direct this year, and the company has now made the game’s delay into 2019 official.
The unquestionably adorable title was originally announced back in 2017, and looks to offer a similar slice of side-scrolling platforming to Nintendo’s wonderful Yoshi’s Woolly World on Wii U – albeit with a new two-player mode. It was initially expected to release some time this year, so its absence at E3 was a bit of a surprise.
Now, however, Nintendo has moved to quell confusion, and updated Yoshi’s listing page on both its UK and US websites, placing the game’s new release date as “2019”. Speaking to Kotaku yesterday, Nintendo of America’s director of product marketing Bill Trinen offered assurances that updates on the game will be coming “later this year.”
- The Grand Tour Game is a bad game, but an interesting vision for interactive TV January 17, 2019
- Bethesda cracks down on Fallout 76 accounts with illicit “developer room” items January 17, 2019
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout gets respawn mode for the first time January 17, 2019
- Neon green and pink Joy-Con pair down to £58 January 17, 2019
- How Blood Bowl PC fanatics are taking player-run leagues to the extreme January 17, 2019
- Westworld mobile game that Bethesda called ‘blatant Fallout Shelter rip-off’ is closing down January 16, 2019
- Excellent Souls-inspired side-scroller Salt and Sanctuary is finally coming to Xbox One January 16, 2019
- The Division 2’s private beta gets a February start-date on Xbox One, PS4, and PC January 16, 2019
- Hitman developer IO Interactive is opening a new studio in Malmö, Sweden January 16, 2019
- PlayStation 4 Pro with Spider-Man or Red Dead for £349 January 16, 2019