If you own a Switch, you'll be very happy with what's on offer this week. Two massive third-party games are filling up the eShop: the arrival of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy, which also drops on PC and the Xbox, and Wolfenstein 2.
If you're not worried about what ports the Switch is getting, there's stuff for you too: Dontnod's next adventure drops in the form of The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, Ubisoft's open-world racer The Crew gets a sequel, and Xbox fans can finally play Nier: Automata. (Although you might need a VPN.)
Here's the bulk of what's out this week:
- Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (PC, Switch, XBO)
- Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus (Switch)
- Anima: Gate of Memories The Nameless Chronicles (Switch)
- The Crew 2 (PC, PS4, XBO)
- Tour de France 2018 (PS4, XBO)
- MXGP Pro (PS4, XBO)
- Far Cry 3: Classic Edition (PS4)
- Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi (PS4)
- Lumines: Remastered (PC, Switch)
- De Blob (Switch)
- Harvest Moon: Light of Hope (Switch)
- Drown Alone (Switch)
- Moto GP 18 (Switch)
- Limbo (Switch)
- Fossil Hunters (Switch)
- The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit (PC, PS4, XBO)
- Nier: Automata (XBO)
Quiet on the indie front this week as well, except for Captain Spirit. Here's the E3 trailer again to refresh your memory:
And if you want a quick reminder of what you missed in Far Cry 3, here's some footage. Note that you'll automatically get this for free with the Far Cry 5 season pass.
In case you were wondering how Wolfenstein 2 holds up on the Switch, here's 9 minutes of over-the-shoulder gameplay while docked.
Last but not least, a bit of love for the Aussie-made De Blob, one of the better indie platformers from the Wii era.
So that's what you can look forward to this week. Anyone grabbing Crash on a non-Sony platform, or maybe even trying Far Cry 3 again?