Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Release Date Possibly Leaked

Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Release Date

2019 is set to hold a number of great games for the Nintendo Switch, quite a few marking the return of big franchises such as Luigi’s Mansion and even potentially The Legend of Zelda. However, one official release that hasn’t received too much information is Big N’s planned Animal Crossing title, which originally made its first announcement late last year.

According to multiple sources with The Loot Gaming, Animal Crossing for Switch is set to arrive in September 2019 as a full standalone entry in the series. The report next suggests the series’ familiar animal-mingling and home-furnishing premise will return, also introducing features such as compatibility with the popular mobile title Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

The report acknowledges a current lack of additional information about the new Animal Crossing game, but does say that E3 2019 is set to host much more information about the still-developing title. Time will tell whether or not a grand E3 unveiling or even the game’s release might actually take place at that date, but it’s worth noting that a previous leak also suggested a September release was on the way as well.

It’s not a stretch to say that an Animal Crossing game for Switch is anticipated in 2019. The life-simulation franchise has seen continuously renewed popularity due to its solid library of entries and crossovers with the likes of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8. A new entry for Nintendo’s mainline hybrid console only holds even more possibilities, especially when considering the Switch’s still-emerging capabilities.

Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch is slated for release sometime in 2019.

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