It seems like this day would never arrive! Super Mario Odyssey is finally ready to jump onto your Nintendo Switch. It will be released tonight at 12am ET / 11pm CT / 9pm PT via the Nintendo eShop and participating retailers across the nation. If the site doesn’t update for a week, you’ll know why!
For the rest of this week’s (and early next week) digital game releases, read on:
This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
Super Mario Odyssey – Join Mario on a massive, globe-trotting 3D adventure, and use his incredible new abilities to collect Power Moons and rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s wedding plans. This sandbox-style 3D Mario adventure – the first since 2002’s Nintendo GameCube classic Super Mario Sunshine – is packed with secrets and surprises. With Mario’s new moves like cap throw, cap jump and capture, you’ll have fun and exciting game-play experiences unlike anything you’ve enjoyed in a Mario game before. Get ready to be whisked away to strange and amazing places far from the Mushroom Kingdom! Super Mario Odyssey will be available on Oct. 27.
Nintendo on Mobile
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – In the first Animal Crossing game for mobile devices, interact with animal friends, craft furniture items and gather resources while managing a campsite. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launches on iOS- and Android-compatible mobile devices in late November. To register to be notified as soon as the game is available, visit https://events.ac-pocketcamp.com/en-US/notify_me.
Start your adventure off right with the official Super Mario Odyssey Starter Guide from Prima Games. Get the game, then redeem your My Nintendo points to get the guide! For more info, visit https://my.nintendo.com.
The Fire Emblem Warriors game is here. My Nintendo members can earn 100 Platinum Points by finding the hidden Gleamstones on the game’s website. Plus, members can redeem points for new Fire Emblem Warriorswallpapers and rewards for Nintendo smart-device games at https://my.nintendo.com.
Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.