Top 10 FPS Games for Nintendo Switch

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The Nintendo Switch may not have the most options when it comes to Nintendo Switch FPS games but it doesn’t really connote that they don’t have an excellent roster of available games – quality over quantity is the operative keyword here. Nintendo Switch FPS games offer spellbinding genres that will truly keep gamers entertained, from shooting Nazis in an alternate era to free to play team based shooters. In this article, we will be sharing our curated list of the best Nintendo Switch FPS games that will surely offer hours of fun.

Doom (2017)

If running through a research facility on Mars with monsters is your idea of ruckus fun, you’re in for a treat with Doom. Demons and monsters abound the planet and players will have to chainsaw, shoot and literally rip and claw their way through the creatures to survive. This game is pretty high in violence levels, with access to a chainsaw, power pistols and shotguns. The game gets more challenging when you realize that you don’t have enough ammo to defend yourself from the demons and monsters.

Doom may not be considered as a one-size-fits all Nintendo FPS game, but it offers a stellar experience for newbies and veterans, with a fantastic campaign, immersive graphics and great shooting mechanics. There may be some snags in the gameplay, but they’re actually very minor and can simply be overshadowed by the fast-paced and awesome playing experience.

Paladins (2016)

Paladin is one of the best value Nintendo Switch FPS games centered on a battle royale model. The best thing about this game is that it’s free without compromising the gameplay. IT has 16 maps, 30 characters and tons of interesting points that makes players keep on coming back for more. There is also a card-based system that allows players to customize the character, giving everyone a unique and tailored-fit gaming experience.

Wolfenstein II: New Colossus (2017)

If you happen to like time traveling or new world games that would take you to a whole new perspective, the Wolfenstein II: New Colossus is one of the best Nintendo Switch FPS games for you. This game takes players to a 1960s era with Nazis going berserk and the goal of the game is to survive by shooting all the Nazis. This is also one of the best Nintendo Switch FPS games that has amazing details that gives a compelling effect to the gameplay.

Payday 2 (2013)

Whether you’ve been fantasizing about doing something illegal, like robbing a bank, or simply want to experience what it feels like to do so, even in fiction, you’ll definitely have a lot of fun with Payday 2.  Originally released in 2013, the company has reached out to the Nintendo FPS players by providing a game with a co-op heist experience. Put simply, you team up with your friends and strategize how to successfully rob a bank. The game is a little bit tricky because it has no voice chat that allows players to communicate. From simple jewelry robberies to multiple location heists, players will surely have a roaring time trying to pull it off.

Chromagun (2015)

Looking for Nintendo Switch FPS games that give players good, clean fun without ammo, robberies or killing sprees? Try Chromagun – a game that has players running around with a gun not filled with bullets, but with paint. Think of it as a wholesome and friendlier alternative of killing your enemies. It also features numerous puzzles that players need to solve that require deft thinking and a basic background of primary and secondary colors.

Wolfenstein: YoungBlood (2019)

Meet the cousin of Wolfenstein II: New Colossus, Wolfenstein: YoungBlood. In this Nintendo FPS game, the setting still revolves around Nazi forces spreading inhumanity and violence. Players get to put themselves in the shoes of the twin daughter of BK Blazkowicz, the protagonist of the earlier version. If you enjoyed Wolfenstein II: New Colossus, be prepared to go on a new adventure as you handle new guns, get new skills and try to remember all the training you had from dear old Dad Blazkowicz.

Metro 2033 Redux (2014)

If you’re craving for a top class Nintendo Switch FPS game in the survival horror genre, the Metro 2033 Redux will give you a breathtaking experience. The game will take you to a desperate, haunting voyage through the remains of Moscow. The Redux version is definitely a great revamp of the original 2010 gae, with the visual, game play mechanics and overall flow getting the approval of FPS survival horror fans.

Immortal Redneck (2017)

Going through maps and well-crafted rooms, players of this Nintendo FPS game can feel like they are a swan leaping and blasting through the game with shooting abilities. It’s a mixture of a pleasant and adrenaline-rush of emotions as Immortal Redneck offers a classic FPS experience that never goes out of style.

Superhot (2016)

While some may get turned off with the fact that Superhot’s campaign is just a brief stint, there’s actually a whole new world of content upon completion, including a challenge mode and an endless mode. Players can also replay the entire campaign from the very beginning, but with arbitrary limitations, making Superhot one of the best and innovative Nintendo FPS games in the market.

RICO (2018)

Missing the effect of arcade FPS games? Keep calm and play RICO on your Nintendo Switch. The game is literally a corridor shooter PV that highlights every gunfight with a gloriously satisfying exchange of bullets. The words ‘Room Cleared’ is also oddly satisfying, making players crave for more. RICO is great when played in single-player and should you decide to play it in co-op mode, you’ll find yourself traveling to an interactive classic cop movie. It may have some slight issues linked to loading time and pop-ins, but overall, RICO is a fine Nintendo Switch FPS game that’s worth not deleting.

So that concludes our Top 10 FPS Games for Nintendo Switch. Whether you are planning to play alone or with your friends, these games will surely give you hours of fun and entertainment. Did your favorite FPS Nintendo Game make it on our list? If not, do share it with us in the comments section!

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