These Are the Best Games You Should Play on the Nintendo Switch OLED Model

Published 10/06/2021, 11:09 AM EDT


The newest member of the Switch family, The Nintendo Switch OLED, launches in two days, offering a whole new experience to the fans. Along with the community, publishers & developers have waited a long time to present their new titles for Nintendo’s latest console.

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Ahead of OLED’s launch this Friday, if you’re still wondering which titles you should try out, you have come to the right place. Whether you have been a loyal Nintendo fan all your life or are venturing into the Switch world for the first time, you cannot miss out on the console’s most anticipated titles.

Nintendo: some of the Must-Have Games on the Switch OLED

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The new console aims to improve the life of Switch users with an all-new 7-inch OLED screen and enhanced audio. The developers also doubled the storage capacity from the original variant to 64 GB. Players can now freely add more games and play all of them simultaneously.

The most interesting feature of the brand new console is its various modes of gaming. The OLED Model offers players a chance to play in 3 different modes: TV Mode, Tablet Mode, Handheld Mode. Although all games would work well on the new console, there are some that definitely stand out more, and SwitchForce breaks them down perfectly in their latest video.

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Here are titles that make the best use of these exhilarating features of the OLED:

Nintendo: Luigi’s Mansion 3

According to a few experts, the third edition of the popular franchise, Luigi’s Mansion, has the best graphics on Nintendo Switch OLED.

The story-driven single-player game takes players on a journey through a spooky castle. With Halloween just a few weeks away, this might be a good title to try out.

Nintendo: Cuphead

The game originally released in 2017 is still shining through and even making a name for itself with the launch of the new model.

If you are trying the game out for the first time, it might be a little difficult for you. But thankfully, you are allowed to team up with another cup and take on the challenges.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Arguably one of the best games on the platform, Legend of Zelda: BoTW is amongst the most highly rated games.

The game looks even better on the OLED compared to the original and players should give it a try before the second title takes over.

Snipperclips: Cut it Out, Together!

The simple game is a perfect choice for the TableTop or the TV mode and players get to duo with their friends in this team-based game.

Dragon Quest 11 S

A more recent title, Dragon Quest 11 S. The RPG uses a cell-shaded art style and is a must-try for RPG geeks.

Ori and the Will of the wisps

The second title of the franchise offers beautiful gameplay along with an enticing story. Players looking for challenging games should give this game a chance.

Monster Hunter: Rise

A March 2021 release, the dedicated version of the Monster Hunter from Capcom is of the best games of the franchise.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing is made for more casual players and is one of the played games of the year which regularly gets new content.

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Hopefully, you do try some of the recommended titles if and when you get your hands on the Nintendo Switch OLED, releasing on October 8, 2021, for $349.99. Let us know your suggestions to try out on the new console in the comment section.

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Tanay Grover

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Tanay Grover, an eSports writer for EssentiallySports, is currently pursuing a degree in technology. Before finding his way into the world of eSports, he worked on Social Media management. An enthusiastic soccer player who never played any other game except FIFA, he found his calling when he started playing Valorant and Pokemon GO.

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