Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017 & Release Dates

Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017

We’re now in the seventh month since the Nintendo Switch Console launched back in March and every month which goes by the better and bigger the Switch becomes with New Games and Content! The Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017 have now been revealed including some pretty huge fan favourites, such as Pokkén Tournament DX, NBA 2K18, FIFA 18, Rayman Legends Definitive Edition and much more! Find out the full list of Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017 below.

Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017

LEGO Worlds

LEGO Worlds arrives for the Nintendo Switch on September 5th and with the game already having been available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One since March 7th, fans should have some idea on how this is planning out! LEGO Worlds unleashes a classic and much loved experience with its accessible features allowing players to explore, discover and create; there’s no doubt that it will continue to do so when it launches on Nintendo Switch.

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition

Receiving awards for the winners of multiple artistic and musical achievements, Rayman Legends continues its franchise and once again continues to build its already huge fan base with the Definitive Edition coming to the Nintendo Switch on September 12th!

NBA 2K18

Develop your own NBA journey with MyCAREER, build your all-star MyTEAM with new card types and take control of an NBA franchise or the entire league when NBA 2K18 arrives for the Nintendo Switch on September 15th!

Pokkén Tournament DX

Pokken Tournament DX arrives to the Nintendo Switch on Friday 22nd of September! Whilst being one of the most anticipated games since its reveal and hands on experience at E3 2017, although fans would’ve preferred the Core RPG Pokemon Game to release earlier Pokken Tournament DX should give us some idea on how future Pokemon Games on the Nintendo Switch are planning out.


One of the biggest Football Game franchises in the world continues with FIFA 18 on September 29th when it arrives to the Nintendo Switch Console in fairly impressive graphics, 1080p on a TV and 720p in handheld mode! Arguably being one of the most popular games in the world, it’ll be very interesting to see how this will plan out with a completely different experience for feel, especially with Joy-Cons on the Nintendo Switch Console!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Already available on many of the main stream consoles since October 25th 2016, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be arriving to the Nintendo Switch on September 22nd which is almost a year since its initial release date! We can certainly expect a fully working and updated game especially with its initial release date.

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game

With an amazingly high rated movie for this game we can certainly see The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game being a great experience, especially for those die-hard LEGO fans out there. On September 22nd LEGO Ninjago launches on the Nintendo Switch for North American Players, however its slightly later with a release date of October 6th in Europe!

Not only have Nintendo included some of the biggest franchises in the world for the Nintendo Switch Games for September 2017, they’ll also be adding some completely new indie games and some smaller fan based games which can be found below:

  • R.B.I. Baseball 17 (Release Date: September 5th)
  • Double Dragon 4 (Release Date: September 7th)
  • NeuroVoider (Release Date: September 7th)
  • The Bridge (Release Date: September 7th)
  • Kingdom: New Lands (Release Date: September 14th)
  • Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase (Release Date: September 20th)
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 (Release Date: September 21st)
  • ONE PIECE: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition (Release Date: September 29th)
  • Golf Story (Release Date: September TBD)
  • Wulverblade (Release Date: September TBD)

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Source: Nintendo



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