Nintendo Insider teases the release of the controversial Switch game

A Nintendo insider has teased the release of what sounds like a potentially controversial and divisive Switch game. Looking at the rest of 2022, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED users can look forward to Splatoon 3, Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Bayonetta 3, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, Mario Strikers: Battle League, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-Boot Camp, Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, and of course no matter what third-party and indie games come to the platform between now and December 31st. There may also be a few surprises along the way. In fact, it’s exactly what a Nintendo insider teases, but it sounds like the surprise may not be for everyone.

The new rumor is teasing that an “edited” Nintendo Switch game will be released in August. What this game is, we do not know, but rumor has it that “you do not want it, believe me.” In a follow-up, rumor has it that the August release is just a guess, meaning that the use of “edited” was not used to hide the release date of an already announced game, but an unannounced game. The teasing suggests one of two things: it’s a game no one wants, or it’s not of the highest quality. Of course, it could also tick both of these fields.

As for teasing, it gets in the way Imran Khan by Fanbyte. Khan has been on and off it before. For example, he and many others were far away with “Nintendo Switch Pro”, which time eventually showed did not exist.

So far, take everything here with a pinch of salt. Not only is everything here either speculative or unofficial, but even if it is accurate, it can also change. While you’re waiting to hear more about this mysterious game, be sure to check out our entire previous and comprehensive coverage of everything Nintendo, click here.