Nintendo Switch eShop has launched two more digital games.
Following the release of 'NBA Playgrounds' this week the newest addition to the US eShop, priced at $30, is 'Minecraft'.
The games features local and online multiplayer support as well as Mario-inspired skins, gamespot.com report.
It is scheduled to be launched in the US at 6pm on Thursday (11.05.17) and will be available in the UK on Friday (12.05.17).
The other release is 'Garou: Mark of the Wolves' and is another ACA Neo Geo game for the eShop.
'Garou: Mark of the Wolves' is a 2D fighting game and was originally released in 1999 and will be featuring two-player multiplayer support. The game is already available for both US and UK audiences.
Recently the eShop got a new upgrade, the website reports, and allows users to store their credit card information whereas before you had to enter it every time you making a new purchase.
There has been a number of games released on the eShop in early March and Nintendo has already announced the next big game release 'Arms' which is set for a June 16 launch.
As well 'Splatoon 2' is set for a July release and Nintendo Switch owners were given a look at other games including 'Sonic Forces', 'Sonic Mania', 'Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challenges' and a date for the upcoming 'Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition'.
The company also revealed they will be unveiling 13 new games which are coming to the system in the coming months and its plans for E3 which will be streamed starting on June 13.