Nintendo signage is displayed at the company's booth at the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, in Los Angeles, California June 11, 2014. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

More and more games are being confirmed for Nintendo Switch release date and fans have recently been treated to brand new gameplay footage. Makers of “Stardew Valley” have also confirmed that they are bringing the game to Nintendo Switch in 2017. The game was originally slated for a Wii U launch but has been cancelled in favour of Switch.

Moreover, “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” one of the biggest games on Nintendo Switch, received new gameplay footage last week as the game made an appearance at The Game Awards 2016. The video shown at the ceremony was titled “Life in Ruins.” Its theme was life goes on through destruction and chaos in the world of Hyrule, writes Express.

Apart from the footage, the Nintendo Switch game also stated what each and every “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” amiibo unlock in the game. For example, Wind Waker Zelda will reward players with random plant selection. Ocarina of Time Link rewards players with random amount of meat. Toon Link rewards players with a random amount of fish and 8-bit Link rewards players with random number of barrels.

Meanwhile, “Stardew Valley” creators revealed that they made a tough choice of shifting the game from a Wii U release to a Switch release only after considering the current gaming landscape. They believe that Nintendo Switch’s unique capabilities would create some really amazing opportunities for the game.

Moreover, “Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+” could also launch on Nintendo Switch in 2017 as teased by the game’s creators. The game will definitely release on Xbox One and PS4 and on other console, supposedly the Nintendo Switch.

Also, those who are still looking for a Nintendo Classic Mini NES, now is the correct time to go console hunting as the device is back in stock on many websites and stores.