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Nov 22, 2016 03:23 AM EST

Nintendo Switch RUMORS: Game Lineup LEAKED; [CONFIRMED] Zelda Will Not Be Launched With The Switch [Video]

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Laura Dale, an insider at Nintendo, has been leaking information with impeccable accuracy about the Nintendo Switch since it was announced. Over the last few days, Dale has been leaking details on games that are coming to the hybrid gaming console.

Dale publishes primarily through LetsPlayVideoGames and occasionally shares through social media, according to Nintendolife. Sources say she has become quite an authority regarding the Nintendo Switch because of her high accuracy rate in presenting this information.

According to Gamingbolt, Dale has literally 100 percent track record as far as the Nintendo Switch is concerned. However, the games on her list do not cover those that are already confirmed by publishers for the Nintendo Switch.

In a Tweet, Dale outlined the list of possible games that will be released for the Nintendo Switch.

Dale compiled her leaks into one list presented below:

DAY ONE

  • 3D Mario
  • Mario Rabbids RPG
  • Splatoon
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  • Just Dance 2017

FIRST SIX MONTHS

  • Super Smash Bros.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X
  • Super Mario Maker

2017

  • Pokemon Stars
  • Pikmin 4

Aside from leaking game titles, Dale also suggests that there will be two variants of the Nintendo Switch similar to how the Nintendo Wii U was sold. And according to her, the more expensive model of the Switch will come bundled with a remastered version of Splatoon. Dale also confirms "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" will not be available for launch and its Wii U version will be delayed as well.

While Dale is considered an impeccable source, her reveal still falls under the "rumor" category. Meanwhile, Dale also says that the Nintendo Switch will feature lots of ports that is aimed to get the platform moving and encourage third party support starting 2018 onwards.

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