Like in the past few months, Nintendo has shadowdropped yet another Nintendo Direct Mini, revealing tons of information regarding upcoming and previously unannounced titles.
Alongside the delay confirmed for Bravely Default II, Nintendo also confirmed the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity playable demo, which is now live on the eShop in all regions, and the No More Heroes 1 and 2 Switch ports, both available for purchase right now on the eShop as well.
Among all the announcements that have been made in the latest Nintendo Direct Mini, the most interesting are those related to Control: Ultimate Edition and Hitman 3. They are not regular Switch ports, but actually streamed versions that require an active internet connection to play.
This isn’t a first for the Switch, as a couple of current-gen PC and console games have been released in Japan as streamed games, but it’s the first time that this happens in the West. If things go well, we should expect more games deemed unportable to the Switch to make their way onto the console in the future.