The Best Nintendo Switch Multiplayer Games in 2022

By Mitchell

October 23, 2022

The Nintendo Switch has been out for more than five years, but it is still going strong. The $299.99 console has a unique design that lets you play your favorite games on a big-screen TV

Nintendo Switch

when it's docked or in handheld mode while waiting in line at the post office. It's especially helpful for people who commute or have busy lives. If you spend a little more money, you can get the premium Nintendo

Nintendo Switch

The other draw is that the games are very good. The first year of games for the Nintendo Switch was one of the best in video game history, and every month, more must-have games come out.

Nintendo Switch

In short, the Nintendo Switch is the most interesting console, even though the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X are already available. To live the Joy-Con life, you should start with these games.

Nintendo Switch

Here are the best Nintendo Switch games for kids if you want something more specific. You should also look at the best games for the Nintendo Switch Lite.

Nintendo Switch

Animal Crossing: New Horizons may end up being the most important game of 2020. People have always liked Nintendo's cute life simulator. But since the real world is locked down

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The new fighting game from Nintendo is called ARMS. It combines cartoony graphics, sci-fi weapons, and arm-stretching boxing to make a fighter that is easy to learn and has a lot of different things to do


Another great game that came out on the wrong platform is Bayonetta 2. Bayo 2 is still one of the best action games even though it came out a long time ago, and now that it's been ported from the Wii U to the Switch

Bayonetta 2

If the story of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, which is about a demon castle and a single person who saves it, sounds very familiar, that's because it is. The game was made by Koji Igarashi, who is best known for creating the Castlevania series

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Modern Final Fantasy games are their own things, but games like Bravely Default II remind us why we loved the old Square Enix JRPGs in the first place. In battle, you can either do a lot of things at once

Bravely Default II

Crypt of the NecroDancer was a surprise indie hit in 2015. It caught players' eyes and ears with its mixed randomized dungeon exploration in a roguelike style and keeping the beat in a rhythm game style.

Cadence of Hyrule:

Don't bother with cool new video games. Sometimes, all you want to do is play chess, solitaire, or one of the other classic virtual games in this collection. Clubhouse Games: 51

Clubhouse Games

The Switch has a reputation for being a machine for porting games, which is fine. The Wii U wasn't as big of a hit as the Wii, but it still had some great games that didn't get enough attention at the time.

Donkey Kong Country

Try Game Builder Garage if you thought Super Mario Maker was a great way to learn how to make games. You can make any 3D game with this incredibly powerful tool, from platformers to racing games to puzzle mysteries.

Game Builder Garage

Hades turns the punishing and divisive roguelike genre into one of the most addicting games of the year. It feels amazing to fight your way out of the Greek underworld with random skills and weapons.


Many role-playing games, even those made in Japan, are based on Western folklore. However, Indivisible stands out by having a fresh Southeast Asian flavor. As we would expect from the same people who made Skullgirls, the 2D animation is beautiful.


In Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the pink puffball finally gets the kind of epic 3D adventure that Mario, Link, and Samus have had for years. Fly through the sky in levels that are both creative and full of secrets.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Games with Kirby are always fun. Every first-party game with Nintendo's pink puffball Kirby has been fun, whether it's a simple platformer like Kirby's Adventure or a weird gimmick like Kirby's Dream Course.

Kirby Star Allies

People throw balls at each other in dodgeball, which is almost like a video game. This team-based, multiplayer game has a lot of fighting game energy thanks to its clever mechanics

Knockout City

Again, Hyrule is in trouble, and Link must save it. Almost every Legend of Zelda game has had this as its main theme, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is no different.

The Legend of Zelda

No Zelda game is bad, but Skyward Sword is the only one with fans on both sides. On the other hand, this HD remaster speeds up the pace, improves the graphics, and gives you a button-based control

Skyward Sword HD

Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a great way to play out Episodes I through 9. The Lego versions of all nine Star Wars movies give you a lot to do as you shoot bad guys

Lego Star Wars

What started out as a weirdly accurate parody of Ghostbusters and Resident Evil has become one of Mario's best spin-off adventures. Luigi's scary adventure through a haunted hotel is one of the most beautiful games on the Nintendo Switch.

Luigi's Mansion 3

Puyo Puyo Tetris is great for classic, competitive block-dropping, but it's a bit too perky and anime-like to relax. Lumines Remastered is the ultimate chill-out block-dropper, with dozens of hypnotic electronic

Lumines Remastered

Before there were Minions, there were Rabbids. Rayman: Raving Rabbids gave birth to this crazy, sublingual, noseless group. The strange rabbit-like creatures with bug-like eyes caused trouble in their game series

Mario + Rabbids


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