Nintendo has announced that a brand-new Indie World Showcase will help "ring in the holidays" on Tuesday, December 15 at 9am PT/12pm ET/5pm GMT.
Hopefully Nintendo has some nice surprises for us when it comes to indies in what is said to be about a 15 minute presentation.
Before 2020 involves a detailed, Nintendo Switch homeowners will get another replace from Nintendo, because of a brand new Indie World livestream that guarantees "roughly 15 minutes of updates and new announcements" about indie video games coming to Switch.
The showcase will be held at 11am CT on December 15 and will last roughly 15 minutes, meaning it'll either be a few larger announcements or a mix of big and small reveals in rapid-fire.
Alba: A Wildlife Adventure - an open world game about snapping pictures of wildlife and cleaning up nature (spring 2021).
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Nintendo has been very good about posting these every so often, and on Twitter, they revealed that there's one more coming this year. It's been a weird year release-wise for Nintendo, and that trend seems to be continuing into 2021, at least in the near-term.
Fisti-fluffs - a physics game about cats wrecking living rooms (spring 2021). Among Us is yet to launch on any other consoles, and its mobile roots mean it should be a great fit for Switch.
Tunche - a 2D beat 'em up that takes place in the Amazon rainforest (March 2021).