When will Nintendo Switch games and TV available to play?

A few days before the console’s launch, the first of many Switch games to be made available in North America was a first-person shooter called Splatoon 2.

That game is due out on Switch later this year.

The game’s creator, Ubisoft, has previously teased that the Switch’s first-party game library will expand to include games like Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed Unity, and Batman: Arkham Origins, and that the new Nintendo Switch library will include more titles that don’t yet have a release date.

Nintendo is currently in talks with a number of developers for the Switch library, but the company hasn’t said whether they’ll be released as DLC, or will the games be included in the console itself.

Nintendo has already announced that its Switch library of first-parties will expand in the coming months.

For now, however, the console is only available in select territories and markets.

Nintendo’s Switch launch is expected to be one of the biggest games console launches in recent history, but Nintendo has been criticized for not doing more to cater to the Switch community, especially as it becomes more and more crowded with Nintendo Switch exclusive titles like Pokémon Go and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.