It’s time for the Nintendo Switch fans to cheer up. A new Xbox One and PS4 blockbuster title might be coming to your favorite Console Nintendo Switch this year.
Nintendo Switch games list is possibly getting bolstered once again by a new addition, that’s going to release this year. The game was due release but it’s now delayed until an undisclosed date.

We are talking about the most anticipated South Park: The Fractured But Whole. The game has been delayed multiple time on both PS4 and Xbox One. It might be coming to Nintendo Switch as well when gets launched this year. All the speculations about South Park: The Fractured But Whole coming to Nintendo Switch started out with a tweet on the official South Park twitter page. Following is the tweet from South park twitter page.

However, Ubisoft hasn’t yet commented about any of this. But the timing of the Tweet makes it a very odd statement. Unfortunately, there isn’t any South Park: The Fractured But Whole release date announced yet. It’s another delay for the release of one of the most anticipated titles and fan favorite.

The news about South Park: The Fractured But Whole breaks out just a day before Nintendo’s announcement of another best indie title released this year. Almost all of the Nintendo Switch fans know that more than sixty great titles are going to release this year via the Nintendo eShop. So, this news break points to another big addition to the Nintendo Switch games list.

The Nintendo eShop has plans to release ToeJam and Earl on Nintendo Switch this year. It is one of the toppers on eShop games list that includes titles such as Blaster Master Zero, Metal Slug 3, and VOEZ.

Hopefully, when The Fractured But Whole comes on Nintendo Switch, it’ll be a great addition to the games list. It’s only a matter of time for this news to come out as true. Let’s see what other statements from Ubisoft and Nintendo will surface in the coming days.


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