Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp is a turn-based tactics game developed by WayForward and published by Nintendo.
It completely remakes the first two Advance Wars games, which were originally developed by Intelligent Systems for the Game Boy Advance.
The long-awaited and delayed strategy remakes finally release on Nintendo Switch this April, with pre-orders opening later today.
The eShop pages for both games were recently updated with new NSUIDs, suggesting that pre-orders for the titles could go live soon.
"We will announce the new date once it has been determined," a Nintendo spokesperson has said about the remakes.
According to a Danish retailer, the turn-based strategy remake duo might not be out for the Switch until early next year.
Due to "recent world events," Nintendo has announced a delay for the remake. It asks fans to "stay tuned" for updates on a new release date.
The collection of the two Advance Wars remakes will be launching for the Nintendo Switch on April 8, in line with previous leaks.
Recently delayed from December into Spring 2022, a recent update to the game's Nintendo UK listing may have confirmed its new release date.
The duo of remakes developed by WayForward was originally due out this December, but has now been pushed back to Spring 2022.
The long-awaited return of Advance Wars is looking impressive in all the right ways in its newest gameplay demonstrations.
The first two Advance Wars games are being fully remade and are launching for the Nintendo Switch later this year, on December 3.