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Nintendo Switch Release Date Games: New 'Assassin's Creed' Game Set In Egypt To Be Released Alongside PS4 And Xbox Versions

The Nintendo Switch is expected to be available to consumers in early 2017, however, that hasn’t stopped many big and small names in the video games industry pledging support for the new console. Ubisoft, an early supporter of Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, is also now expected to announce a brand new title

Nintendo Switch Release Date Games: New 'Assassin's Creed' Game Set In Egypt To Be Released Alongside PS4 And Xbox Versions

The Nintendo Switch is expected to be available to consumers in early 2017, however, that hasn’t stopped many big and small names in the video games industry pledging support for the new console. Ubisoft, an early supporter of Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, is also now expected to announce a brand new title

Nintendo Switch Release Date Games: New 'Assassin's Creed' Game Set In Egypt To Be Released Alongside PS4 And Xbox Versions

The Nintendo Switch is expected to be available to consumers in early 2017, however, that hasn’t stopped many big and small names in the video games industry pledging support for the new console. Ubisoft, an early supporter of Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, is also now expected to announce a brand new title

Nintendo Switch Release Date Games: New 'Assassin's Creed' Game Set In Egypt To Be Released Alongside PS4 And Xbox Versions

The Nintendo Switch is expected to be available to consumers in early 2017, however, that hasn’t stopped many big and small names in the video games industry pledging support for the new console. Ubisoft, an early supporter of Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, is also now expected to announce a brand new title

Nintendo Switch Release Date Games: New 'Assassin's Creed' Game Set In Egypt To Be Released Alongside PS4 And Xbox Versions

The Nintendo Switch is expected to be available to consumers in early 2017, however, that hasn’t stopped many big and small names in the video games industry pledging support for the new console. Ubisoft, an early supporter of Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, is also now expected to announce a brand new title

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