Amazon has recently added more than dozen unannounced games for the Nintendo Switch, hinting at a potential Nintendo Direct. Nintendo has usually held a Direct at the start of the year to announce their games lineup for the rest of the year. There was a leak for a potential Nintendo Direct through EA’s internal presentation which pointed towards a January Direct. If the games listed by Amazon are to be announced soon, there is no doubt they will be shown at the upcoming Nintendo Direct.
This discovery was made by CheapAssGamer which tweeted about the games list from Amazon showing blank description and artwork. The price that was listed for them ranged from $59.99 to $99.99 giving it a broad range for game prices.
— Cheap Ass Gamer (@videogamedeals) December 31, 2017
If Nintendo Direct is indeed happening this month, we might know about it soon through the official Nintendo Twitter account. In any case, a Direct has been long overdue since the Nintendo Switch doesn’t have many major game announcements left leading into 2018 and beyond.
Among the games that are a potential contender for the Direct include Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon for the Nintendo Switch. Both of these are hinted at some point but yet to be officially announced or confirmed in any way. There are other teases as well including Wonderful 101 and Bravely Default for the Nintendo Switch.