Nintendo is showing off more indie titles for the Switch this Wednesday

So far in 2019, Nintendo has had some sort of presentation every month, and it's looking to keep that up in March. Today, the firm announced on Twitter that the next Nindies Showcase presentation, focused on titles from independent developers, will be held this Wednesday at 9AM Pacific Time.

Nintendo already announced a wave of indie titles earlier this year with an Indie Highlights video, launching When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, Goat Simulator: The GOATY, and Unruly Heroes, in addition to announcements for many other titles such as Forager, Inmost, and more. It's unclear what will be included in this presentation, but it will last around 30 minutes, which is nearly double of what we saw in January.

If indie titles don't float your boat, Nintendo shed light on a number of major titles during last month's Nintendo Direct. Super Mario Maker 2, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Dragon Quest XI S, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and others are making their way to the Nintendo Switch during this year.

If you'd like to tune in to the presentation, you can do so on Nintendo of America's YouTube channel, or visit the company's dedicated website for these kinds of videos. The Nintendo Switch recently turned two years old, and we wrote an article looking at the hybrid's life so far, which we recommend checking out if you're on the fence about getting your own.

Source: Nintendo (Twitter)

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