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Switch Weekly Recap: New Release Dates And Loads Of Summer Deals

This week’s Nintendo Switch news is light once again, but there are some highlights you won’t want to miss. We got release dates and updates for several forthcoming titles on Switch, and there are some pretty sweet summer sales happening right now.

We saw release dates for Bandai Namco’s My Hero: One’s Justice and Adult Swim’s Pool Panic, and as far as updates go, both BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle and Mega Man 11 saw new character reveals. If you’re playing Fortnite on Switch, a rare skin is available once again. Don’t get too excited for Rocket League 2–rather than a sequel, the dev team is considering continuing the game as a “games as service” title. Summer is one of the hottest times of year for deals, and there are plenty to go around. Be sure to hit up the Eshop, GameStop, and Best Buy to pick up your favorite titles for reduced prices.

Forthcoming Releases

Mega Man 11 Debuts An Explosive New Boss

Yang Completes Team RWBY In BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle With New Gameplay Trailer

Mega Man Undoes One Of Its Weirdest Decisions With New X Collection

My Hero Academia Game My Hero One’s Justice Gets Western Release Date

Adult Swim’s Insane Switch / PC Game, Pool Panic, Gets New Trailer And Release Date

Updates and DLC

Rare Fortnite Skin “The Red Knight” Is Available Again

Fortnite’s Countdown Led To A Rift And Cracks In The Sky [Update]

Deals

New Eshop Sale On Nintendo Switch and 3DS Games In The US

The Best Nintendo Switch Game Deals On The Eshop Right Now In The US

PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One Deals In Best Buy’s 4th Of July Sale (US Only)

GameStop Summer Sale Is Live: Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One Game Deals In The US

Industry

Call Of Duty Dev Hiring For Next-Gen Shooter

Rocket League 2 Is Unlikely, As Dev Focusing On Games-As-A-Service Instead

Fallout 76 Trailer Song Now Available To Buy With Money Going To Charity

Loot Boxes Aren’t Gambling, Say French Regulators

Red Dead Redemption 2 Not Expected To Sell As Well As GTA 5, Of Course

Open-World Star Wars Game May Still Use Uncharted Creator’s Characters

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