Nintendo Has Disappointing News to Offer With Regard to a Big Upcoming Game

There’s some disappointing news for all Nintendo Switch owners. Recently Nintendo announced the delay of Advanced Wars 1+2 Re-Boot to next year (2022). The game was first scheduled to release later this year, on 3 December (revealed way back at Nintendo’s E3 direct 2021), but now it has been delayed to spring of next year.

Nintendo announced this disappointing news on its official Twitter handle and assured fans that they will be able to battle with Andy and Friends soon in the future.

Hello, troops! #AdvanceWars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp, which was set to launch on 12/3, will now release for #NintendoSwitch in spring 2022. The game just needs a little more time for fine tuning. You’ll be battling with Andy & friends soon! Thanks for your patience. pic.twitter.com/dSi8VSsxTH

— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 22, 2021

Nintendo Switch Advanced Wars 1+2 Re-boot: gameplay and characters

Advanced Wars 1+2 Re-Boot is a remake of two classic Nintendo titles that were released way back in 2001 and 2003 – Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising. It is an online multiplayer game and supports up to four players and also local co-op. The upcoming remake has been developed by WayForward; the studio has mainly worked on this classic remake under Nintendo’s supervision.

It is a military-themed strategy game in which players have to build an army and take control over the entire map against the enemies. The battles have modern warfare elements like weapons, aircraft, vehicles, tank with cartoonist aesthetics.

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Basically, in short, all players have to defend their land with the help of some characters like Andi, Maxi, Sami, and other officers; Andy is the main character in this remake. All of these characters have their own strengths and abilities to help you out in the battle.

The main reason behind this delay is still a mystery right now. Most probably the delay is because of the whole Covid-19 pandemic situation. Apparently, the game needs a bit more time for fine-tuning and testing.

Multiple big game developers have also pushed back their release this year (2021) for a variety of reasons. If you want to get your hands on this title, the game is currently up for pre-order on the Nintendo website as well as on the official EShop and is going for $60.

How do you feel about this particular delay? Also, have you pre-ordered the game yet? Let us know in the comments section below.

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