Top 5 Nintendo Switch Games To Release In November 2022

Published 10/19/2022, 7:09 AM EDT

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Nintendo Switch is the console that has won fans’ hearts because of its innovative and amazing games. This is also the reason that fans always wait for the console to release any new games just to feel that 90s nostalgia again.

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Therefore, it is obvious that they will be making video games that can fill the belly of the fans with the latest titles every month. Thus, here are the top 5 games that fans should look forward to in November 2022.


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Call of Duty: Warzone 2 (All Platforms)

A game that has made the world go crazy since it was first announced by Activision is now coming to Nintendo Switch. It is the only Call of Duty game in its 19 years of history, to come to a Nintendo console. This is also amazing because of how the game has made a name for itself and even Nintendo is trying to feature it in their console.

The game will be released on November 16 and will be a free-to-play battle-royale game with cross-platform features. However, the original Warzone 2 is over 120 GB, thus it is crucial for players to keep their Switch free of some space beforehand just in case.


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Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration (Nintendo Switch and PC)

Atari 50 is not just a game, but an entire history lesson for gaming buffs. It is meant to be an interactive kind of game that will make players go through the 50 years of Atari’s gaming history. With candid interviews and never-before-seen content from the company, the game promises up to 90 games from its original console.

Atari 50 is a one-of-a-kind documentary game that will also include six new games. The title will be released on November 11 and will be playable on Nintendo Switch and PC as well.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Galactic Edition (All Platforms)

Lego games have always been an intense parody remakes of popular characters. And thus their games have to be more precise with their character developments in order to make them both hilarious and play worthy. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Galactic Edition is no different.

With the popular franchise seeing a long remake of the nine previously made Lego games, it seems as if fans have been waiting for it to release for a long time. Coming out on November 1, this Lego Star Wars remake can be played again on all major consoles.

Sonic Frontiers (All Platforms)

The game has been awaited by fans for the entirety of Sonic history. An open-world treat to the Sonic fans, allowing them to run at high speeds almost anywhere. Sonic Frontiers is the game of fans’ dreams as they would have never thought that a game about Sonic can be made like this before.

Sonic Frontier can be played on any major console as it is developed by Sega. Notably, the pre-purchase of Sonic Frontiers – Digital Deluxe can be brought for $69.99. The game is coming out on 8 November 2022.


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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (Nintendo Switch Only)

Two of the most awaited Pokemon games have had the hearts of fans from the day they were announced. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet can be called the shining star of their family. With new characters, Pokemons, and challenges, the game will be a record-breaker for sure.


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The game is releasing on 18 November 2022 and is a Nintendo Switch exclusive. Fans can buy the game both digitally and physically from stores for only $59.99.

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Shivaditya Ghoshal


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Shivaditya Ghoshal is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. He holds a Bachelor's in Computer Applications and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Commerce from Lucknow. Shivaditya holds a keen passion for video games and follows all the latest releases and trends in the gaming industry.
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