The former PlayStation icon will be, as rumored and therefore expected, coming to Nintendo’s hybrid system. Today’s Nintendo Direct presentation confirmed that Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy will launch on the Nintendo Switch, come July 10. Apart from the Switch, Activision has also confirmed that the game will be launching on PC and Xbox One on the same day.
Another classic Switch will be getting is Okami HD- this gorgeous PS2 classic, which has since been made available on PS3, Wii, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, will be launching on the Switch this Summer, with support for motion controls and touch screen controls in addition to the traditional controls.
Finally, Nintendo’s own charming Wii U puzzle game Captain Toad Treasure Tracker will be making the jump to Nintendo Switch, as well as to Nintendo 3DS, available on July 13; the 3DS version will support touch and 3D compatibility, while the Switch version will have Mario Odyssey inspired worlds, including New Donk City, as well as a co-op mode.