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Everything revealed in today's Nintendo Direct for third-party Switch games

Hyrule Warriors demo and No More Heroes on eShop today.

Nintendo has today released a new Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase video, with details on third-party games coming to Switch and a handful of surprises which hit the console's eShop today.

The most unexpected reveals were of Hitman 3 and Control, which will both turn up on Nintendo Switch via cloud versions. Even more surprising - the cloud version of Control is available today!

Also available today are Nintendo Switch versions of No More Heroes 1 and 2, ahead of the third game's launch next year, and a port of HAL Labs' mobile game Part-time UFO.

Also also available today - a demo version of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. It contains the main game's first chapter, and you'll be able to carry over your progress to the full game when that debuts on 20th November.

Today's Direct Mini begins with Square Enix's Bravely Default 2, which has slipped slightly to a release next year, on 26th February 2021. On the upside, there's an eShop demo of that available today too. (Seriously, this evening you are spoilt for choice.)

We also got a look at the new Story of Seasons game, Pioneers of Olive Town, which arrives on 23rd March 2021.

Anime monster battler Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia launches for Switch on 3rd November, Tropico 6 on 6th November, while Ubisoft's Immortals Fenyx Rising turns up on 3rd December.

Looking to next year, Paradox's post-apocalyptic survival game Surviving the Aftermath arrives in the spring, while deck-building roguelike Griftlands: Nintendo Switch Edition turns up next summer.

This was Nintendo's final third-party showcase of the year - though it remains to be seen if we'll hear anything more from the company on its own games before 2021. I would say... we will.

Today's full video lies below:

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