During the day of yesterday, we knew the last financial report of Nintendo corresponding to the quarter that closed the year 2021. That left us with great news for the Japanese company, with Switch exceeding 100 million units, which confirms the good state of form of the console, and its games accumulating a great success at the level of sales.
Two of the big releases planned for this year and likely to join this list of megatons are the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Bayonetta 3, and the document has reaffirmed its release for 2022. Therefore, no delays are expected a priori for either link’s new adventure or for the third installment of the Platinum Games saga.
Nintendo has not specified the day of arrival however, in Nintendo they still do not determine the date on which we can see them in stores, so we will have to wait to know a more specific launch window. Similarly, other games such as Splatoon 3 or Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope are also still planned to reach the market this year.
The next release that comes from the hand of Nintendo is Kirby and the forgotten land, which does have a date set on the calendar: March 25. A few weeks ago, a gameplay trailer has been released that showed us its mechanics and, although it is also launched in physical format, the storage space it will occupy if we decide to get hold of it in its digital version has been revealed.