One upcoming release for the Switch that you might have forgotten about is The Elder Scrolls: Blades by Bethesda. This free-to-play title originally designed for Android and iOS devices got announced for Nintendo's hybrid platform at E3 last year and was then delayed until early 2020. During the March Mini Direct presentation, it was reconfirmed and given a "Spring" release.
According to the latest Nintendo Download round-up for North America, it's arriving on 12th May – which is obviously early next week. While it originally seemed like a sure thing, this release date has now apparently been removed from Nintendo's North America press site and the official Nintendo UK game page (thanks for the heads up, Nintendo Everything).
If it does end up releasing on the Switch eShop next week, players can look forward to motion control support, cross-platform PvP matches, and cross-progression – meaning you can continue your play session on Switch or a mobile device. An online connection will also be required to play the game.
Will you be downloading this or sticking with Skyrim? Tell us down below.